Latin America

How to ensure a sustainable future for agriculture in Latin America and the Caribbean

Latin America and the Caribbean is a resource rich area. Image: REUTERS/Adriano Machado

Anna Wellenstein

Director for Sustainable Development, Latin America and Caribbean Region at World Bank Group

Martien Van Nieuwkoop

Global Director, Agriculture and Food Global Practice, World Bank Group

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A chart showing how Latin America compares to the rest of the world in terms of natural resources
Latin America has a wealth of natural resources. Image: World Bank
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Latin American food exports have grown considerably. Image: World Bank
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