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Feeding the world while fighting climate change is no easy feat—and it will not happen automatically. Achieving a 1.5°C pathway (or anything close to it) will require an industry-wide effort and cooperation of consumers, farmers, industry players, investors, and regulators to drive significant shifts in how we farm. While the place to start is the top 15 measures of the MACC, efforts must move beyond rethinking how we produce our food to adjusting what we eat, how much we waste, how we manage our forests and carbon sinks, and how we apply next-horizon technologies. Without swift action, emissions in agriculture will continue to grow and contribute to heating the planet to dangerous levels.