The Future Reset: Building a Healthy Food System – Oct 15
Posted by Washington Post Live on October 13, 2020
The most urgent challenges in our food system today concern both the need to preserve the health of the human population and that of the earth itself. We have created a food system designed for maximum output, responsible for extreme environmental degradation and one quarter of all greenhouse gas emissions. And despite this optimization for yield, nearly 2 billion people worldwide are malnourished.
Washington Post Live and The Rockefeller Foundation are bringing together prominent leaders to discuss how to build a more sustainable and healthy food system that prioritizes the science of nutrition and reduces food waste.
Join Washington Post Live on Thursday, October 15, 2020, 11:00 AM.
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