Food, Nature and Health Transitions − Repeatable Country Models

World Economic Forum and Bain & Company
Resource type:
Reports and discussion papers

High-performing food systems provide healthy and nutritious diets. They create dignified livelihoods for producers and benefit the economy. They mitigate and adapt to climate change, and safeguard nature and biodiversity. Today our food systems fall far short of these goals, leading to both hunger and obesity, low resilience to external shocks, and negative impacts on climate and nature. Food systems are highly interdependent and involve a broad set of stakeholders. This report focuses on the urgent and complex transformations required at the most relevant unit of change: the country

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