Harpinder Sandhu is a transdisciplinary scientist with research interests in studying the interactions between society and the environment. His current research focuses on measuring social, human and natural capital and applying true cost accounting for the transformation of agriculture and food systems towards sustainability. He was a Lead Author of the Scientific and Economic Foundations Report of the TEEBAgriFood hosted by the UN Environment, Geneva. He is an academic affiliated with Flinders University and University of South Australia, Adelaide.

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Agriculture is the foremost agenda for many governments around the world due to growing demand for diverse types of food from increasing and wealthier populations. Although global agriculture provides sufficient calories overall for today’s human population, more than 800 million nevertheless remain undernourished1. According to the United …

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