The way we produce and consume food has significant impacts on biodiversity, water use and greenhouse gas emissions. Continuing with the current approach is neither desirable nor feasible. That’s why we’ve developed a vision for a global food system that could feed over seven billion people by 2020 in a resource-constrained world. The report outline a number of scenarios and assess how well each could deliver a low-carbon and sustainable food system by 2020. The results, and our detailed literature review, cover a huge range of subjects – from finance to changes in land use. The report shows that there are sustainable options that’ll set us on the path to a brighter future.
A 2020 vision for the global food system
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