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© WWF / James Morgan 9 BILLION By 2050, more than 9 billion people will share the planet, and the UN's Food and Agriculture Organization forecasts that demand for food could increase by up to 70 per cent. The way we produce our food has a huge impact on the natural world, and is a leading driver of deforestation, water scarcity, climate change and biodiversity loss. 20% A fifth of all palm oil is now certified to the standards of the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO), meaning it doesn't contribute to deforestation. The RSPO is one of several certification schemes WWF has helped set up to promote sustainable food commodities. Others include the Marine Stewardship Council, the Aquaculture Stewardship Council, the Round Table on Sustainable Soy and Bonsucro for sugarcane. 30% Livestock production has a huge impact on the planet, occupying around 30 per cent of all land and emitting 18 per cent of global greenhouse gases. We're promoting responsible production and changes in consumption of beef and dairy products. One recent success was the approval of principles and criteria for the Global Roundtable on Sustainable Beef.

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