Maturing discussions about the links between agriculture, biodiversity and climate change can drive progress, says Howard Minigh.

Howard Minigh

The nature of the food security debate is evolving, looking more broadly at the range of solutions required across different rural landscapes rather than only on farms. Instead of a ‘pick and choose’ approach, policymakers, scientists, farmers and the private sector are looking at how food security, environmental stewardship and economic development are interconnected.
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