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Título: A Whole Earth Approach to Nature-Positive Food: Biodiversity and Agriculture
Autor(es): Declerck, Fabrice
Koziell, Izabella
Benton, Tim
Garibaldi, Lucas Alejandro
Kremen, Claire
Maron, Martine
Rumbaitis Del Rio, Cristina
Wirths, Jonathan
Clark, Michael
Dickens, Chris
Estrada Carmona, Natalia
Fremier, Alexander K.
Jones, Sarah K.
Khoury, Colin K.
Lal, Rattan
Obersteiner, Michael
Remans, Roseline
Rusch, Adrien
Schulte, Lisa A.
Simmonds, Jeremy
Stringer, Lindsay C.
Weber, Christopher
Winowiecki, Leigh
Fecha de publicación: ene-2023
Editorial: Springer
Citación: DeClerck FA, Koziell I, Benton T, Garibaldi LA, et al. (2022) A whole earth approach to nature positive food: biodiversity and agriculture. Cap. en Science and Innovations for Food Systems Transformation (eds. von Braun J, Afsana K, Fresco LO, Hassan MHA), Springer, Cham, Suiza ISBN 978-3-031-15702-8.
Resumen: Agriculture is the largest single source of environmental degradation, responsible for over 30% of global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, 70% of freshwater use and 80% of land conversion: it is the single largest driver of biodiversity loss (Foley JA, Science 309:570–574, 2005, Nature 478:337–342, 2011; IPBES. Global assessment report on biodiversity and ecosystem services of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services. IPBES Secretariat, Bonn, 2019; Willett W et al. The Lancet 393:447–492, 2019). Agriculture also underpins poor human health, contributing to 11 million premature deaths annually. While too many still struggle from acute hunger, a growing number of individuals, including in low to middle-income countries (LMICs), struggle to access healthy foods. Greater consideration for, and integration of, biodiversity in agriculture is a key solution space for improving health, eliminating hunger and achieving nature-positive development objectives. This rapid evidence review documents the best available evidence of agriculture’s relationships with biodiversity, drawing on the contributions of leading biodiversity experts, and recommends actions that can be taken to move towards more biodiversity/nature-positive production through the delivery of integrated agricultural solutions for climate, biodiversity, nutrition and livelihoods. The analysis, which takes a whole-of-food-system approach, brings together a large body of evidence. It accounts for aspects not typically captured in a stand-alone primary piece of research and indicates where there are critical gaps.
ISBN: 978-3-031-15702-8
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