Global trend: Increased focus on “food systems”, prioritizing climate change

According to the United Nations, the food system produces more than 30% of greenhouse gases due to human activities, but is increasingly impacted by global warming and biodiversity loss.
Within the framework of the COP28 Conference, more than 130 countries around the world agreed to include food and agriculture issues in their national climate action plans, while reaffirming the importance of protecting soil. for future generations. Along with that, many initiatives to combat food waste have been launched to reduce pressure on the current food crisis.