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Reducing food losses means improving the climate

Reducing greenhouse gases needs to be a major goal for the global population. Photo: S. Hecht, flickr.com. https://www.flickr.com/photos/108434525@N05/

Reducing greenhouse gases needs to be a major goal for the global population. Photo: S. Hecht, flickr.com. https://www.flickr.com/photos/108434525@N05/

How do food losses impact our climate?

The role of food losses was also addressed by Ban Ki-Moon in his acceptance speech when he received the 2016 German Sustainability Award. Photo: UN Photo, Rick Bajornas

The role of food losses was also addressed by Ban Ki-Moon in his acceptance speech when he received the 2016 German Sustainability Award. Photo: UN Photo, Rick Bajornas

An ambitious goal: Annual losses of Kenya’s mango crops are to be reduced from 300,000 tonnes to 270,000. Photo: Azuri Health

An ambitious goal: Annual losses of Kenya’s mango crops are to be reduced from 300,000 tonnes to 270,000. Photo: Azuri Health

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Share of food losses compared with production volumes, by segments. Chart: FAO. http://www.fao.org/docrep/018/i3347e/i3347e.pdf

Share of food losses compared with production volumes, by segments. Chart: FAO. http://www.fao.org/docrep/018/i3347e/i3347e.pdf

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