Overfishing of our oceans threatens the sustainability of marine ecosystems and the environment. Changing how we support fishers can go a long way to solving this problem.
By Roger Martini, 15 April 2019
The global food system continues to respond to the needs of a growing and more affluent world population. Learn how we got here.
Government policies and interventions play a major role in shaping food and agriculture markets, but policies are not always well aligned to evolving objectives.
Resource depletion and climate change pose major challenges to the global food system, but there are opportunities for policy to help address these challenges.
How the global food, agriculture and fisheries system evolves in coming decades will depend on targeted measures to ensure that no one is left behind.
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