Healthy Food Systems for a Healthy Planet and Healthy People

Our global food system answers directly to nature. Unless we redesign food systems and consumption patterns, GHG emissions from global food production will continue to push the planet beyond the internationally agreed goal of limiting global warming to 1.5°C, even if we immediately halted all other emissions.  As agricultural systems form the foundation of our … Read More

Rethinking Cities: Bringing Nature to the Urban Environment

A transition towards low-carbon, resource-efficient and socially just cities is crucial to advance towards the Sustainable Development Goals and the New Urban Agenda.  Cities that become more resource-efficient in transport, commercial buildings, and building heating/ cooling could achieve reductions of between 36 to 54 percent in energy use, GHG emissions, metals, land and water use, … Read More