Food Security & Biodiversity
Almost 800 million people suffer from hunger or malnutrition worldwide. Biodiverse ecosystems produce goods and services that are fundamental to food security including wild foods, pollination, water cycling and climate regulation. Because poor management of natural systems compromises their productivity, it’s important for food security programs to integrate biodiversity and natural resources management.
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