ENOUGH

Practical solutions for a food-secure world.

By 2050, you’ll have 9,700,000,000 neighbors.

Adding nearly three billion people to the global population in the next three decades presents a serious challenge: how can we produce more food without using more resources? If we don’t act soon, we’ll lose the battle for a food-secure world—and we need a frank and honest conversation about how we can change that.

That’s where the ENOUGH Movement comes in. We’re a global community working together to ensure that every one of those people has access to nutritious, affordable food—today and in the coming decades. We envision a world where all nine-and-a-half billion of us are nourished, resources are conserved, and more human potential is realized. And with your help, we can achieve that vision. Join us today:

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There is no one answer to the question of how we make our world more food-secure.
But it is only by working together that we can make a difference.
Learn about the issues. Act in any way you can. Partner with others to work together for change.

There is no one answer to the question of how we make our world more food-secure.
But it is only by working together that we can make a difference.
Learn about the issues. Act in any way you can. Partner with others to work together for change.

A food-secure tomorrow starts today.