How the circular economy can help transform food to fight climate crisis and build biodiversity

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Takeaways:

  • Our current food system is a primary driver of biodiversity loss and accounts for a third of global greenhouse gas emissions.
  • As the diversity of foods produced has fallen, so too has the resilience of the food system from climate change.
  • There is an enormous opportunity for businesses to design food to thrive in the climate of tomorrow.
  • The top 10 food brands and supermarkets can transform 40% of agricultural land in the UK and the EU by designing nature-positive food.

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