I want to say that sustainable agriculture can:

  1. fix the problem of hunger
  2. preserves natural resources

at the same time. Does the following sentence mean the same?

Only sustainable agriculture and factory farming can fix the problem of hunger for the present and next generations while preserving natural resources.

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    Do x while [verb]ing Y is fine.
    – Lambie
    Dec 12 '21 at 20:01
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    A couple suggestions - 1) usually people say "current and future generations" 2) one typically "solves" a problem rather than "fixing" it. Otherwise, looks good.
    – cruthers
    Dec 12 '21 at 21:33

For the purposes of having an answer to the question, as the comments said, yes, this is fine.

As cruthers mentioned, typically one "solves" a problem, but otherwise the sentence looks very good.

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