Feeding people on our stressed planet will require a “revolution”

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Corn growing along the Kenyan coast of Lake Victoria by Erika Gavenus

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Media Type: News / Op - Ed

Date of Publication: August 5, 2015

Year of Publication: 2015

Publisher: Environmental Health Sciences

Author(s): Brian Bienkowski

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“Two renowned scientists—Stanford’s Paul Ehrlich and UC-Berkeley’s John Harte — argue that feeding the planet goes way beyond food. Revolutionary political, economic and social shifts are necessary to avoid unprecedented chaos.”

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