Policy analysis indicates health-sensitive trade and subsidy reforms are needed in the UK to avoid adverse dietary health impacts post-Brexit

Short- and long-term warming effects of methane may affect the cost-effectiveness of mitigation policies and benefits of low-meat diets

Methanes short atmospheric life has important implications for the design of global climate change mitigation policies in agriculture. Three different agricultural economic models are used to explore how short- and long-term warming effects of …

Afforestation for climate change mitigation: Potentials, risks and trade-offs

Are scenario projections overly optimistic about future yield progress?

Bending the curve of terrestrial biodiversity needs an integrated strategy

Increased efforts are required to prevent further losses to terrestrial biodiversity and the ecosystem services that it provides1,2. Ambitious targets have been proposed, such as reversing the declining trends in biodiversity3 however, just feeding …

How food secure are the green, rocky and middle roads: food security effects in different world development paths

Labor supply assumptions - A missing link in food security projections

Modelling alternative futures of global food security: Insights from FOODSECURE

Global economic models have been increasingly used to project food and agricultural developments for long term-time horizons, but food security aspects have often been limited to food availability projections. In this paper, we propose a broader …

Reply to: An appeal to cost undermines food security risks of delayed mitigation

Snakes and ladders: World development pathways synergies and trade-offs through the lens of the Sustainable Development Goals