This paper focuses on global responsibility of food, energy and environmental security. World population growth will lead to increasing demand for food and feed with increasing meat consumption. With globalization and urbanization production is moving to the most competitive countries and regions, and food trade is becoming more liberalized but also more concentrated. Growing energy demand and climate change will also influence food production. Additional challenges are increasing market volatility resulting from yield and climate change. We need greater responsibility in cutting greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, in showing greater respect for the environment. More responsibility is needed regarding food and energy security, and environmental sustainability. The reform process of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) must be adapted to changing realities.