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Federated Hermes: Nature’s larder – why food producers must safeguard biodiversity

4 Oct 2021

In the second article in our EOS Insights series examining the social and environmental impacts of the global food system, Sonya Likhtman looks at how biodiversity underpins farming and food production.

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  • Many of the risks associated with the decline of nature are concentrated in the agricultural supply chain
  • Biodiversity at all levels facilitates adaptation and ensures that species are resilient to changes in external conditions
  • Global food security is directly linked to soil health, with pollination another key ecosystem service

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