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Three ways to reduce geopolitical risks in the global food system

Countries are called to invest in renewable energy, recycle their surplus of nutrients, and close the regional yield gap to depressurize the food system. Image: Unsplash/Polina Rytova

Svein Tore Holsether

President and Chief Executive Officer, Yara International

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