We are collecting evidence on the impact of pests, weeds and climate factors on crops – helping farmers and policymakers to fight back. And we need your help…
The Global Burden of Crop Loss initiative is modelled after the Global Burden of Disease initiative in human health, which has transformed health policy and research, over the last 25 years through better use of data.
We aim to have a similar impact in agriculture, providing evidence to enable the global plant health community to generate actionable information and lead to a dramatic reduction in crop loss, resulting in increased food security and trade.
Find out more about our approach.
Global Burden of Crop Loss