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Covid-19: the need for resilient food systems

Covid-19: the need for resilient food systems

Food and health are directly linked. We know that certain food is good for our health. But when it comes to how our food is being produced, do we ever stop to wonder whether our food systems are actually healthy? © Tanja Ploetz/ WWF-Germany People and nature are...
Fighting Food Loss and Waste

Fighting Food Loss and Waste

© unsplash.com The answer to the question above is that the way we produce and consume food has been identified as the single biggest threat to nature! That is also the reason why we are working on sustainable consumption and production, with the goal to establish...
Agrobiodiversity for Food Security

Agrobiodiversity for Food Security

A variety of fruits and vegetables as an example for biodiversity in Sumatra, Indonesia, © Mauri Rautkari, WWF When it comes to the term “biodiversity” – or “biological diversity” – many people think only of the richness of species...
Feeding Asia’s growing middle class

Feeding Asia’s growing middle class

Largest city in the world: Tokyo has 37.5 million inhabitants © Michel Gunther, WWF The world population is growing, and where most of all? In Asia, of course. Already 60% of the world population live in Asia, and 50% of the Asian population again live in cities. By...