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Dutch No Longer Want to Be One of World’s Top Agro Exporters

Recently, Christianne van der Wal-Zeggelink, Dutch Minister for Nature and Nitrogen Policy; stated that they aim to reduce the #nitrogenemissions from high #agriculturalproduction in the country as it may become a #climatecrisis. The ministry encourages the farmers to quit their businesses and states that this economic shrinkage will not threaten the #economicrecovery in the country.

Although The Netherlands is the second largest exporter of the agricultural products, they are very determined to lower down their #agriculturalemissions even if it means to lose their export capacity. It is clear that a vision change started to occur in the world’s biggest exporters and importers while combatting the #climatechange.

Can this shift signal a change in the global food trade? Even though the measures taken to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions are promising, their impacts on the #foodsafety and #supplychain vulnerability should be considered.

You can follow the link to access the web-site:

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-12-12/dutch-no-longer-want-to-be-one-of-world-s-top-agro-exporters?sref=pos9xCgE&leadSource=uverify%20wall

#foodsystems #climaterisks #climateadaptation #climatecrisis #climateimpacts #valuechain #food #trade #climateresilience #foscera #europe #netherlands #aagriculture

Goksen CaparTolga PilevneliErtug ErcinBrecht D’HaeyerDidem MahsunlarElif Sena UzunpinarEmrah Alkaya, Ph.D.

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