Agricultural land use holds the greatest potential for connecting climate action and protecting biodiversity while improving billions of livelihoods. Food systems are responsible for 33% of global greenhouse emissions and the largest driver of biodiversity loss. These systems are equally impacted by climate change and biodiversity loss. Embracing more sustainable practices while empowering local communities with food sovereignty will reduce emissions, contribute to resilient ecosystems, and drive the socioeconomic transformation of communities.


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