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Protecting pollinators is essential to our food production. They boost outputs of 87 of the world’s leading food crops. Yet, pollinators are at risk worldwide. Image: FAO/James Cane

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Extreme natural hazards, market volatility, civil strife, political instability or disease epidemics impair the productivity and stability of agriculture. Resilience is a major factor in ensuring sustainable agriculture, fisheries and forestry. Image: FAO/Ami Vitale

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