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SWITCH OFF PUTIN

 HOW ONE MAN IS STARVING THE WORLD 

 And what Europe must do to stop him 

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Putin is blockading Ukrainian ports to keep its grain from world markets.

 

His aim is to blackmail the world with the threat of starvation

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Europe must respond to this urgent and deepening food crisis

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First and foremost

Europe must push for the naval blockade to be lifted immediately

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Europe must

STOP using

food as fuel

Europe burns the equivalent of 15 million loaves of bread EVERY DAY to power its vehicles with grain-based biofuels

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Europe is using food as feed

If Europeans halved their meat intake this would free up 80 million  tonnes of grain. This equals Ukrainian and Russian total production

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Europe must increase domestic production 

The EU should lift its prohibition on gene editing to improve crops. This could enhance yields by 20%, which alone would equal total Ukrainian grain output


The full report

RePlanet's report outlines a quantified way for Europe to address Putin's stranglehold on the world food market, in both the short and longer terms. If Europe ignores these evidence-based solutions, the outcome will be worse for the world’s poor, for the climate and for nature. It will also make it harder to face down Putin’s aggression in Ukraine. Europe can and must do better.


 

RePlanet Food Crisis Report English

 

RePlanet Food Crisis Report French
 

RePlanet Food Crisis Report German

 

RePlanet Food Crisis Report Swedish

RePlanet Food Crisis Report Finnish

 

RePlanet Food Crisis Report Polish

 

#SWITCH OFF PUTIN

 
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Farm to Fork must be based in science

the EU mandate to triple the area under organic production will reduce grain harvests by  20 million tonnes