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The Food, Agriculture, Biodiversity, Land-Use, and Energy (FABLE) Consortium
is proud to launch its new Policy Brief!

Explore it today!
Recently, countries have committed to reducing emissions to net zero, and today national net zero climate commitments represent almost 90% of current greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Yet, sectoral targets and a clear action map for food and land use systems are often lacking in current nationally determined contributions (NDCs) and net zero commitments. 

What actions should countries prioritize in their food and land use systems?

FABLE has developed a typology of 6 profiles to facilitate the prioritization of tailored actions toward a food and land use mitigation action agenda. The typology helps countries identify the actions that can deliver significant climate change mitigation best suited for their specific contexts. It can be reproduced and applied in the same manner over time to a country, as its food and land use systems evolve. 
The input data and the thresholds can have multiple implications on the country's categorization, and the actions required for the transformation of its food and land systems. These implications can be explored using the FABLE Profile tool.

Depending on the country profile, FABLE recommends policy actions concerning the demand and supply of food and land use. These actions range from:
  • changes in food consumption patterns
  • shifts in agricultural productivity
  • halt in deforestation and agricultural land expansion
  • restoration of former agricultural land
  • large-scale afforestation
and more!
Stay tuned for the upcoming publication of the Food, Environment, Land and Development (FELD) Action tracker's 2022 update NDCs from a food and land perspective.
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