Feeding the future: The challenge of transitioning to sustainable food systems

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The food sector is a major contributor to environmental problems - and yet it lacks an obvious pathway to transition, writes WTW's Ada Kinczyk

Energy has captured much of the limelight in the climate transition debate. But the reality is that achieving net zero emissions globally calls for a response from every sector of the economy - some more...

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