Food demand and forests in Sub-Saharan Africa: infographic series

A series of infographics produced by the forest and biodiversity teams of the International Institute for Environment and Development. The infographics highlight key findings from research that reveals that there is limited scope for meeting tripling domestic food demand in Sub-Saharan Africa by increasing food imports, reducing food waste and increasing crop yields. More details: http://bit.ly/1TNurHl
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Domestic food demand as a driver of deforestation | by iied.org

Domestic food demand as a driver of deforestation | by iied.org

Food and forest policies: recognising the trade-offs | by iied.org

Food and forest policies: recognising the trade-offs | by iied.org

Food and forest policies: on a collision course | by iied.org

Food and forest policies: on a collision course | by iied.org

Increase yields: no magic bullet | by iied.org

Increase yields: no magic bullet | by iied.org

Reduce losses in the value chain in sub-Saharan Africa: important but limited potential | by iied.org

Reduce losses in the value chain in sub-Saharan Africa: important but limited potential | by iied.org

Increasing exports: expensive and risky | by iied.org

Increasing exports: expensive and risky | by iied.org

Cereal is an important part of the diet in Sub-Saharan Africa | by iied.org

Cereal is an important part of the diet in Sub-Saharan Africa | by iied.org

Domestic food demand to triple by 2050 in Sub-Saharan Africa | by iied.org

Domestic food demand to triple by 2050 in Sub-Saharan Africa | by iied.org

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