The Positive & Negative Impacts of Zero Hunger on the Environment and the Society
Promoting sustainable agriculture, enhanced nutrition, the accomplishment of food security and the end of hunger are all of the factors covered by the ‘zero hunger’ SDG. Some of the organisations that are leading by example in this specific SDG are Malawi Mangoe, Unilever, Tetra Pak, Ajinomoto, Heineken, Bidco, Starbucks, Bavaria, Charoen Pokphand Foods, Danome, Engro Foods Limited, Nestle, Diagoe, and Cargill.
One of the key positive impacts of this SDG is that it will provide a lot of positive opportunities for shared value, such as responsible policies of agricultural business will be implemented so that the land or human rights are not violated by the investments and practices of businesses.
This SDG influence all of the income groups positively with minimum changes in eating habits. In addition, by offering significant support to four growers associations and around 330 farmers, the economic activity and employment have been increased in the Cundiboyacense Highlands.
In addition, it will also impose a positive influence on the vulnerable and poor . One of the key basis throughout the lifetime is the time period of effective nutrition between the starts of pregnancy and when a child reaches at the age of 2. This indicates towards the negative influence that can be imposed by zero hunger on the future generations.