Here’s food for thought: global food production has risen, but so have hunger, malnutrition and carbon emissions from agriculture. In fact, the world’s food production alone could heat the planet by 1.5 degrees Celsius. Clearly, the world must change how it feeds itself. Join us for the second day (6 November) of the Global Landscapes Forum’s upcoming conference alongside COP26, GLF Climate, to hear from a range of experts and practitioners discussing food security, nature-based solutions for food production, supply chains and more. And here is a selection of some of Landscape News’ best food-related articles to warm up for the conference, and to join the event, digitally or in-person, get your ticket here, and learn more about the other days on forests and sustainable finance.
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