Creating Resilience in the Food System Amidst Climate Change

Creating Resilience in the Food System Amidst Climate Change

The global food system is growing more fragile. Changing climate and volatile weather patterns threaten global food production and the livelihood of smallscale farmers around the globe. Fortunately, innovations in fields, farms, kitchens, among businesses, and in laboratories and boardrooms already exist. These solutions will be the focus of The Chicago Council’s 2014 Global Food Security Symposium, “Advancing Global Food Security in the Face of Weather Volatility and Climate Change.”

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