Meeting the dietary of a global population would require doubling the current output of the fruits and vegetable production system. That would dramatically impact the environment, growers, and increase inequity. A report released this month examines these issues and argues that simply scaling up our current fruits and veggie production system could actually worsen the environment and create socioeconomic tradeoffs. The published paper was years in the making and was rooted in a workshop hosted by Keystone and the Aspen Global Change Institute in 2018.
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