Why Does the Food System Produce $13 Trillion in Unaccounted-For Costs?

The impact of global food systems on human health, biodiversity, animal welfare, waterways aren’t always reflected on a price tag. But those costs add up.

Dispatch from the U.N. Climate Change Conference: Monday, Nov. 14

“We are paying for the food system. We are paying for it in the form of diabetes treatment. We are paying for it in biodiversity loss,”¬†says Sara Farley of The Rockefeller Foundation.

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