COVID, conflict and climate
Through innovation and access to technology, farmers can help solve the food supply disruptions caused by COVID-19, global conflict and changes in the climate, according to a broad roundtable of speakers at the World Food Prize Foundation’s Norman Borlaug International Dialogue last week in Des Moines.
“Of course we have a huge challenge when we think about food security, but there’s so much good work going on,” said Alanna Koch, board chair of the Global Institute for Food Security and a farmer from western Canada. “Adoption of technology and dedication of sustainable practices are the core of agriculture’s strength...
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