In the coming decades, what we eat and how we grow it will change radically, and we need everyone onboard — the U.N. and Elon Musk alike — to fund the shift to sustainability.
For Amanda Little's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:
Climate change is having an impact on agriculture more grave than COVID-19, and far more complex — driving a paradigm shift in the business of food.
Despite the advantages of organic farming over conventional practices, pristine ecological habitats are vastly better from a climate and biodiversity standpoint than any form of agriculture.
U.S. President Joe Biden’s climate plan calls for the establishment of a carbon bank that would pay farmers and ranchers to store carbon dioxide in their soil.