UN Article about Climate and Nutrition
“The science is clear. The health and prosperity of humanity is directly tied with the state of our environment,” - Joyce Msuya, Executive Director of UN Environment.
A Key Point:
"The report advises adopting less-meat intensive diets, and reducing food waste in both developed and developing countries. This would reduce the need to increase food production by 50% to feed the projected 9-10 billion people on the planet in 2050. Currently, 33% of global edible food is wasted, and 56% of waste happens in industrialized countries, the report states."
Read it HERE to see where the world is, currently, in terms of meeting the 17 Sustainable Development Goals.