The food sector is an important driver of biodiversity loss through its impact on land-use change, climate change and water depletion and pollution. This means dangerous consequences on ecological — and business — resilience. Continuing down this path represents lower yields, reduced crop quality and poor nutritional value for food crops. To avoid a worst-case-scenario, agri-food companies need to act fast to halt and reverse nature loss by taking action where it counts. Watch our biodiversity expert Edith Martin walk us through examples of what that looks like in the food sector.