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Agricultural subsidies have a large part in shaping production and consumption patterns, with potentially significant effects on food security, nutrition, climate change and biodiversity. Our latest report maps the policy landscape and political economy of subsidies and outlines potential opportunities for reform and intervention.
International value chains have long played a critical role in shaping global food production and consumption patterns. In recent decades however, their scale, nature and geographical scope has evolved significantly. Our article provides an overview of these shifts and a snapshot into 3 key commodities.
80% of the world’s population is dependent on imports to meet their food and nutritional requirements. Our latest report explores how trade policies can promote healthier and more sustainable food and land use systems.