Spotlight Series: Sustainable Farming

In the Green Revolution of the 1960s and ’70s, high-yield crops and agro-tech dramatically increased land productivity and food output. This time it’s different: To feed a growing population and to cope with harsh environmental constraints, agriculture must increase resource productivity and sustainability. This requires a New Green Revolution.

PUBLISHED BY FII Institute

August 5, 2021
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THE NEXT GREEN REVOLUTION

FEEDING MANKIND AND HEALING THE PLANET REQUIRES A NEW GREEN REVOLUTION

In the Green Revolution of the 1960s and ’70s, high-yield crops and agro-tech dramatically increased land productivity and food output. This time it’s different: To feed a growing population and to cope with harsh environmental constraints, agriculture must increase resource productivity and sustainability. This requires a New Green Revolution.

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