The agriculture, forestry, and other land use (AFOLU) sector emits 22% of global greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions. Furthermore, both the capacity of forests and other ecosystems to sequester carbon from the atmosphere and agricultural yields will be impacted by increasing temperatures and changing weather patterns. Beyond its importance in climate action, today’s agriculture is the main driver of biodiversity loss globally, and provides livelihoods for almost half of the world’s population and the vast majority of all the food we eat.