As the signal from China in greening their supply chain become stronger, Indonesia's palm oil industry needs to get ready.
The agriculture, forestry, and land-use change have contributed the lion share of Indonesia’s emissions. As we are pursuing net-zero emission prior to 2060, the transformation of Indonesia’s food system is more important than ever. To achieve the required emission reduction, the complex relationship within the food system should create a sustainable way to deliver food security and nutrition in such a way that the economic, social and environmental outlooks are not compromised. One key approach for food system transformation considered by the government is through food system regionalization.
Seafood is essential to food and nutritional security, providing over three billion people with nearly 20% of their animal protein. Meanwhile, around one-third of seafood is either lost or wasted. Here are five ways to accelerate loss reduction, improve the efficiency of nutrition recovery, and maximize the value of seafood.