Agriculture, Food and Beverage

4 ways we can prioritize food sustainability in 2021

The pandemic has exacerbated food insecurity worldwide. Image: REUTERS/Baz Ratner

Edward Davey

Director, Geographic Deep Dives, Food And Land Use Coalition, World Resource Institute

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