How can we deal with the coming climate, food crises?

The UN Food and Agriculture Organisation estimates that soil degradation could rise to 90% by 2050 if nothing is done.The more degradation, the less food for a growing population. — Bloomberg

After a sizzling summer, the United Nations (UN) secretary-general has warned that the “era of global boiling has arrived”. What can we do about it?

Climate change is systems change, and we all know it’s tough, if not mission impossible.

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