About the Talk
May 13, 2015 12:30 PM
San Francisco, CASan Francisco, CA
The challenges of sustaining agricultural productivity in the face of population growth, growing food demand, climate change, water scarcity and declining soil health can seem daunting. In California, now entering its 4th year of drought, agriculture faces an almost existential crisis. Across the world, the pressures on farmers and agricultural supply chains are unprecedented. But there are solutions. This panel will highlight key strategies for feeding the world’s 7 billion people while preserving the planet, using California agriculture as a case study.