Sustainable Food & Agriculture
Safer food, sustainably grown
Agricultural food production is on track to become the world’s largest contributor to climate change. That’s because feeding a growing population takes a toll on the earth, including out-sized impacts on our soil, water and climate. At the same time, the chemicals being added to our food–intentionally or unconsciously, through packaging–is a growing health concern of consumers.
It’s critical that companies develop and deploy a strategy for reaching corporate sustainability targets, mitigating risk around food additives, and producing safe, sustainable food at every node of the supply chain. Innovative solutions are coming online regularly, and EDF has an array of tools and resources that can help point you in the right direction.
Corn, Soy & Other Row Crops
Row crops, like corn, wheat and soy, can be turned into a variety of inputs: ...Find out more
Nearly 25% of global greenhouse gas emissions comes from agriculture and ...Find out more
Consumers are increasingly concerned about what is in their food and are ...Find out more
Food & agriculture: sustainable supply chains
The Supply Chain Solutions Center is a digital hub for sustainability ...Find out more