Food Security

Nature-based Solutions can save the planet, but only if we change our diets too

Tree-planting in Ethiopia. @eyoel_kahssay_photographer

Tree planting is an important NbS because trees can absorb and store greenhouse gases from the atmosphere. Image: Unsplash

Brent Loken
Global Lead Food Scientist, WWF
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Global carbon sequestration potential for current diets, those recommended by National Dietary Guidelines, and other diets (The Restorative Power of Planet-Based Diets, WWF, 2020).
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