How can we feed 9.6 billion people and sustain the nature we need?
Feeding the growing world population will require a 70 to 100 percent increase in food production through agricultural intensification. But the reality is that no country can achieve this goal if it doesn't also work to sustain nature – the healthy soils, pollinators, fresh water and forests on which both agriculture and farmers depend.
Vital Signs is a monitoring system for agriculture, nature and human well-being. The system is initially launching in six African countries – Tanzania, Ghana, Uganda, Mozambique, Rwanda and Ethiopia – with plans for expansion to other parts of Africa and the globe.
Learn more at vitalsigns.org.
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