Envision a future where we have reduced greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions; closed the gap on income and gender inequity; maintained clean and available water sources; reduced malnutrition, obesity, heart disease, and cancer through healthy diets; and boosted economic growth in even the poorest regions. This is the future of organic and its outlook is bright.
Organic production systems have long focused on ecosystem health, which is at the heart of sustainability. But for the organic movement to truly thrive, it needs to tap into all of the fundamental challenges facing our planet and society and become a beacon of change for sustainable agriculture.
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