Global food systems are changing in dynamic and remarkable ways. The nexus between food, water, energy, and changing climate is forcing agriculturists to re-imagine how they will provide sustenance to a hungry world. The challenges and opportunities that are emerging with the advent of expanding knowledge, technology and information systems are forcing us to re-think all aspects of agriculture. A.G. Kawamura will discuss the threats to food security that confront our attempts to manage life systems and resources in a sustainable manner. Hew ill also explore expanding farmers’ capacity while enhancing the predictability of their agricultural activities on a planet with changing climate regimes. Kawamura is third generation fruit and vegetable grower and shipper and owner of Orange County Produce. He is the former Secretary of the California Department of Food and Agriculture.
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Tuesday, Mar 6, 2018 | 7:00 PM–8:30 PM
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