With climate change threatening global food production, companies from Olam to Unilever are focusing on lifting smallholder farmers out of poverty

Experts says humans must somehow increase food production by 70% by 2050 to feed ourselves, yet if we do that by conventional production means our greenhouse gas emissions will soar (around 70%), our water sources suffer and our soils degrade.

It is farmers, and mostly smaller-scale farmers, who are expected...

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smallholders  climate change  global food production  Olam  Unilever  farmers  sustainable agriculture  greenhouse gases  sustainability  partnerships  IFF  Oxfam  Heifer International  supply chain  transparency 

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