The larger the global population grows, the more important innovation in the agriculture sector becomes. But that won’t happen without greater investment and leadership at home and abroad, argues Diana Carney.
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Associate, Canada 2020
Diana Carney holds a BA in PPE and an MSc. in Agricultural Economics from Oxford University and an MA in International Relations from the University of Pennsylvania. She started her career as a management consultant, then spent two decades working in development policy. From 2011 to 2013 she worked with Canada 2020 in Ottawa and is now based in London.
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The language of agriculture and development has evolved, argues Diana Carney. Now conversation must translate into action.