We need to move beyond thinking about the environment—our land, water and air—only as a source of inputs for the food system. Instead we need to recognize that global environmental changes can diminish yields, reduce the amount of food we produce, and affect how nutritious it is and where we produce it.
But just how does the experience of change prompt food systems actors and institutions to work toward solutions?
Seeing the Forest for the Genes
A first of its kind study uses bioinformatics to help answer ecological questions about plant defenses and tree community dynamics