Landscape diversity for food security

Zuza, Emmanuel and Bhagwat, Shonil (2023). Landscape diversity for food security. In: Catalysing transformative food futures for global sustainability (CATAPULT) (Payne, Helen ed.), 10 Jul 2023, Milton Keynes, UK.


Despite the growing recognition of the need for substantive change in the global food system, there is a lack of knowledge regarding the viable pathways for such a transformational change. The primary reason is that the food system is organised around large-scale, commercial, and intensive agriculture, emphasizing production maximisation. There are alternatives to the current mode of agriculture, food production, and food supply, but they are frequently marginalised in the global food system. The Landscape Diversity for Food Security Workshop on 10th July 2023 aimed to examine various strategies for transforming agricultural landscapes and food systems, particularly in the United Kingdom. The workshop reviewed alternative methods for identifying routes to accomplishing these transformations.

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