a pre-GLF Climate playlist
Here’s some food for thought: Global food production has increased, as have hunger, malnutrition and carbon emissions from agriculture. In fact, global food production alone could heat the planet by 1.5 degrees Celsius. Obviously, the world needs to change the way it eats. Join us for the second day (November 6) the next Global Landscapes Forum conference on the sidelines of COP26, GLF Climate, to hear a range of experts and practitioners discuss food security, nature-based solutions for food production, supply chains and more. And here’s a selection of some of Landscape News’s best food articles to prepare for the conference, aand to participate in the event, digitally or in person, get your ticket here, and find out more about the other forestry and sustainable finance days.