By Denis Tremorin The COP26 Summit brought together countries from around the world to discuss new targets to mitigate climate change and the methods required to meet them. There is no shortage of opinions, and more often than not, the discourse moves quickly into supporting one sector at the expense of another. The end result of these highly spirited debates has real consequences on businesses, and agriculture is no exception. Take a look at agricultural policies around the world and you can see very different visions for how the world feeds it people—and more often than not, it feels like…
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