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Researchers devise way to make UK food system compliant with Paris Agreement

A research report from Harvard University was presented today (April 11) at the Grow Green Conference in London and advocates converting some UK farmland to forest to make “Paris-compliant food system”.

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Researchers from Harvard University say that the UK would be able to sustain itself and help meet its commitments under the Paris Agreement by returning a portion of land used for animal agriculture back to forest.

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