SoilMate’s Weekly News Digest #25

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Countries came together to transform the world food systems at the UN Summit.

The coalitions include:

  • “Action for Nutrition and Zero Hunger” (Nigeria, Pakistan)
  • “Agroecology, Sustainable Livestock and Agricultural Systems” (Senegal, Switzerland)
  • “Aquatic and Blue Foods” (Iceland, Palau)
  • “Food Loss and Waste” (US)
  • “Living Incomes and Decent Work” (Antigua and Barbuda)
  • “Resilience” (Bangladesh)
  • “School Meals” including homegrown (France, Kenya)

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RNA manipulation can lead to an increase in harvest up to 50 percent.

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Research: adapting roots to warmer conditions can reduce the pressure on food supplies.

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Can food systems reach “net zero”?

New ideas are also proposed — from closed systems that process food waste to reducing nitrous oxide emissions.

Proponents say that there is a need to focus on practices such as agroecology and regenerative agriculture that are based on soil care and avoiding the use of synthetic, chemical fertilizers and pesticides.

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