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A new WWF report

"Farming with Biodiversity: Towards nature-positive production at scale" presents the food production conditions that will help us secure a nature-positive world by 2030, specifically exploring the merits of agroecological approaches.  This new WWF report outlines changes that are needed to create food systems that support rather than exploit nature, with a focus on agricultural production systems.

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The report is part of WWF's contribution to boosting nature-positive production at scale (Action Track 3 of the UN Food Systems Summit) and advancing agroecological approaches as proposed in the WWF Kunming Plan for Nature and People for the Convention of Biological Diversity (CBD). It will also feed into the advocacy for the UNFCCC 26 (Climate CoP). The report is a key milestone in building external communications on the notion that nature positive production of food can and must be part of the solution for bending the curve of biodiversity loss. 

WWF is committed to further exploring how agroecological approaches can be implemented at pace and scale. We look forward to working in partnership with farming communities, civil society organizations, scientists, as well as public and private sectors to implement agroecological approaches as part of nature-positive food systems, for the benefit of both people and planet.

Read the full report here.