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... For example, many of the foods associated with a higher risk of chronic diseases like diabetes and heart disease, such as red meat and highly processed foods, also have the highest environmental impacts. Eating less of these foods and more locally produced fruits, vegetables, legumes, and nuts would reduce greenhouse gas emissions while also reducing the number of years of life lost to diet-related diseases.
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... Genetic technolo gies and other advanced biotechnologies could yield crops and livestock resistant to high temperatures and drought, protect against new and emerging pests and disease, increase efficiency in water use, improve nutritional value in foods, and reduce fertilizer use. Technologies such as robotics, artificial intelligence, process engineering, and synthetic biology could come together to shift the paradigm from "food produced by agriculture" to "food produced by manufacturing." The social sciences could also foster sustainability -- for example, through interdisciplinary assessments of incentives and preferences.
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