Biodiversity and Food Security

Healthy ecosystems are essential to increase resilience and agricultural production in the face of change. Production needs to be sustainable: capitalizing on biological processes and harvesting resources without compromising natural capital such as biodiversity and ecosystem services. A large number of the world’s poor rely directly on biodiversity and ecosystem services, and their livelihoods would be affected first and foremost by biodiversity loss.A vastly broader share of the human population would be affected by a decrease in the provision of ecosystem services related to food production, nutrition, water and sanitation.

 

 

  • Food Security & Nutrition
  • Agro-ecological Analysis
  • A Fundamental Feature of Agricultural
  • Global Trends in Agriculture & Impact on Biodiversity
  • Conserving or Restoring Elements

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