excerpted from New Food Revolution
Recorded on November 2014

Food as a Part of the Climate Problem

Description 

California Secretary of Food and Agriculture Karen Ross discusses the impact that food and agriculture has on climate change.  Ross also discusses solutions that can help agriculture lower its footprint.  "When we improve our irrigation practices, we’re using less water, we’re using less energy or reducing greenhouse gas emissions.  When we take that kind of holistic approach and really help our farmers have access to those tools and those technologies, we can mitigate and also adapt along the way," said Ross.

Speakers at this Event

Executive Director, Project Drawdown

Secretary, California Department of Food and Agriculture

Professor, Food Business School, Culinary Institute of America