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How farmers can improve soil health and feed the planet: an expert explains

Over half of agricultural land has poor soil health, leading to productivity losses of $400 billion per year and expected food-price increases of 30% by 2035. Image: Gabriel Jimenez for Unsplash

Anna Zampa

Project Specialist, 100Million Farmers, World Economic Forum


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GRAND FARM is a 90-hectare research and demonstration farm focused on soil health, agroforestry and market gardening. Image: GRAND FARM


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