Agriculture, Food and Beverage

Why we need to change our food systems and how to do it

It’s clear that agriculture as we know it simply can’t thrive in a warming world. Image: Unsplash/Ashwini Chaudhary

Rebecca Carter

Deputy Director, WRI Climate Resilience Practice

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Significant changes to ecosystems has a knock on effect to the produce that can produced there. Image: World Resources Institute

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