Ecological methods can help solve food insecurity issues

Honeybee feeding on a Echinacea purpurea coneflowerBy Richard Munang
The Guardian – Millions of people have been affected by worst drought in decades in the US, Africa, southern Europe, and elsewhere. Numbers are likely to increase in future as climate change is expected to change rainfall patterns and produce more droughts. With global population approaching 8 billion by 2025, this will place a huge demand on governments and the environment to provide sufficient food. The challenge of building sustainable and resilient food systems requires innovative solutions.

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