Policy and Regulation

COP28: the challenge of making food and farming systems sustainable

The EU says it has reformed the CAP to make it more supportive of farmers’ efforts to protect and restore nature, but environmental campaigners claim the reforms do not go far enough (Photo: Nathan Laine/Bloomberg)

This month’s COP28 conference in Dubai is set to address food and farming issues, but the challenges ahead are broad and complex from overhauling a dated web of policies, to developing climate and ‘regenerative’ agriculture solutions that support farmers


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