Agriculture, Food and Beverage

Why sustainable food systems are needed in a post-COVID world

Sustainable global food systems are a vital part of a healthy and functioning society. Image: Unslash/ Claudio Schwarz | @purzlbaum

Nicoletta Batini

Scholar of innovative monetary and fiscal policy practices, IMF

James Lomax

Sustainable Food Systems and Agriculture Programme Officer, UN Environment's Division of Technology, Industry and Economics

Divya Mehra

Writer , IMF

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Nicoletta Batini, James Lomax, and Divya Mehra
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