Today on Food Talk Live, Dani interviews Fabrice De Clerck, the science director at EAT, and Amy Wu, the founder of From Farms to Incubators. They discuss how agriculture can change to meet the planet’s needs—and the women who are driving the biggest innovations.
Louisa Burwood-Taylor of AgFunderNews discusses the impact COVID-19 may have
on agriculture technology, supply chains, and the future of farmers
“We’re here to teach students, and try to help them prepare for the work force, but also apply what things we know to try to make the world a better place”
“We have this really beautiful rich, diverse country where we can produce and we can create so much wealth for all of us, and it’s now about zooming in and resourcing these gaps that we know exist”
“Government policies and laws are very important – and have enabled an inefficient system – and that has to change.”
Global demand for meat and dairy maintains the need for soy as animal feed across major supply chains. To be more sustainable, global traders and consumer good corporations should shift towards more environmentally friendly products, says Greenpeace.
Senator Cory Booker’s Farm System Reform Act legislation may shake-up CAFOs and provide a fair living to family-led farms.