Agricultural policies need a ‘reset’ to address GHGs

Agricultural policies worldwide need to be “reset” to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the sector and mitigate the “already alarming” impacts of climate change on food security, according to the UN Food and Agricultural Organisation

Agricultural policies worldwide need to be “reset” to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the sector and mitigate the “already alarming” impacts of climate change on food security, according to the UN Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO).

Rapid changes in the planet’s climate are translating into more extreme and frequent weather events with consequences for the environment and food production, the FAO said in its report The State of Food and Agriculture.

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