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  • There are major issues facing our world, including climate change, malnutrition and poverty. Agricultural biodiversity, which has been used by generations of farmers, links them all. However, this diversity is in danger of disappearing.Over time, traditional farming knowledge and techniques have changed. As a result, diversity is shrinking on farms and in forests.
  • Biodiversity regions – circledPoverty – areas shaded in brown

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  • 1. Narrow diversity of crops Making future food and nutrition security at risk Source: ‘Dimensions of Need: An atlas of food and agriculture’. FAO, 1995. 1
  • 2. Biodiversity regions / Poverty