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Farming for Change: Mapping a route to 2030

Published in January 2021, Farming for Change: mapping a route to 2030

introduces the technical modelling from IDDRI-AScA on an agroecological

UK food and farming sector. This initial report sets out that it is feasible

and plausible to feed the nation with a shift to agroecology, pulling out

five critical questions to give an insight into how the model can help test

assumptions, inform policies and change practices: the diet question,

the carbon question, the livestock question, the productivity question

and the nature question.

The most up to date technical modelling from the Farming for Change

series can be found in Farming for Change: Charting a course that works

for all, published November 2021.

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