[WSMDiscuss] Edible Extinction: Why We Need to Revive Global Food Diversity
cstalberg at mymail.ciis.edu
Tue Apr 12 13:54:32 CEST 2022
Edible Extinction: Why We Need to Revive Global Food Diversity
The Green Revolution helped feed a surging global population, but at the cost of impoverishing crop diversity. Now, with climate change increasingly threatening food supplies, the need for greater agricultural resilience means restoring endangered crop and food varieties.
Anthropology & Social Change
CIIS, San Francisco, CA
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