Gary Nabhan just published a valuable op-ed in the New York Times discussing the coming food crisis and how we can begin to address it. Among other things, he argues for the development of better programs for managing organic waste and composting in cities. He also discusses the importance of minimizing bureaucratic hurdles for farmers to use biologically-filtered gray water in their production. And then, of course, he outlines the role heirloom and heritage seeds can play in adaptation to climate change. You can read the piece here.
“If the world were a bank, we’d save it.”