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Better Food, Better Brazil

Blended Finance Taskforce, SYSTEMIQ

The way the global population produces and consumes food creates an estimated $1.2 trillion of hidden costs annually across the world, ranging from irreversible degradation of arable land to loss of biodiversity. Blended finance has a role to play in the global transition of food systems towards more sustainable practices.

The report discusses (i) the centrality of Brazil to global food system transformation, (ii) the benefits of a transition for Brazilian producers, investors and governing authorities, (iii) the investment requirement of a transition, (iv) the types of business models that should be scaled, (v) the barriers encountered by producers, investors and government when scaling nature-positive agriculture in Brazil, and (vi) the solutions to overcoming those barriers, before concluding with eight tangible recommendations for stakeholders across the Brazilian food system.

    22 Oct 21
    Policy and Research Reports
    Region Focus
    South America, Latin America & the Caribbean
    Sector Focus
    Sub-Sector Focus
    Agricultural Inputs / Farm Productivity, Agriculture Finance, Agro-Forestry, Agro-Processing, Capital Markets, Climate Resilient / Sustainable Agriculture