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Cheaper renewables means cheaper food

A recent Oxford University study found that switching from fossil fuels to renewable energy could save the world as much as $12tn (£10.2tn) by 2050.

The report shows how scaling-up key green technologies will bring their costs down. And the sooner and the investment is made, the greater the savings will be.

We know that "if renewables are less costly then our food will be even cheaper” it is only a matter of investment and time. Building large scale new food systems, such as OneFarm's next generation indoor vertical farm, is now indispensable.

The BBC’s Environment Correspondent Jonah Fisher explores the study, who notes that the analysis was conducted prior to the gas price rise.

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