Faced with climate change, the globalization of food production, and population growth, modern agriculture’s inefficiencies and environmentally destructive practices compromise the world’s food security. In the Fall 2015 issue of World Policy Journal, the “Gardener Prince,” Louis Albert de Broglie, discusses how agricultural innovation can play a key role in constructing a more productive and sustainable global food system.
World Policy Journal has adapted the piece in an interactive Prezi exploring the problems with the current system as well as the experimental techniques that could be the future of agriculture.
Click here to view the interactive Prezi.
For more, read Louis Albert de Broglie’s article, “Food Crisis: Problem is the Solution.”
[Compiled by Laurel Jarombek]
[Photo courtesy of UGA College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences]