In a new report by the Barilla Center for Food and Nutrition (BCFN), researchers address agriculture’s reliance on unsustainable fossil fuel-based energy sources and the increasing negative effects of climate change on global food production. The report provides policymakers with key suggestions for future agricultural policies, including increasing the variety of crops farmers grow to help improve biodiversity, and increased investment in technology that will help farmers adapt to climate change, rather than simply increase their crop yields.
In this new report, researchers hope to provide policymakers with key suggestions to improve the future of agriculture. (Photo credit: Bernard Pollack)
The future of agriculture toward sustainable agricultural models report will be released at the Third Annual BCFN forum on Food & Nutrition in Milan later this month. Dr. Hans Herren, President of the Millennium Institute will be presenting the main findings of the report.
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