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Dr. Brent Loken, WWF’s Chief Scientist for Global Food, provides valuable insights into the complex issue of feeding a global population of 10 billion people. As a thought leader, he emphasizes the importance of considerations such as agricultural productivity, sustainability, distribution systems, and socioeconomic factors. Dr. Loken highlights the need for increased productivity and efficiency in farming practices, the adoption of sustainable approaches, and the reduction of food waste. He also emphasizes the significance of promoting balanced and sustainable diets and addressing social and economic inequalities. Through collaboration and a holistic approach, Dr. Loken believes that achieving food security is possible, but it requires careful planning and concerted efforts from governments, organizations, farmers, researchers, and consumers.