Intensive agriculture may be nourishing most of the Earth's inhabitants, but it's doing the opposite to earth itself. Its dependence on singular crops, heavy ploughing machinery, fossil-fuel based fertilisers and pesticides is degrading our soils wildlife and nutrient cycles, and contributing a quarter of the planet's unwanted extra heat.
But we're not powerless to change the future of food. Nature and technological innovation are tackling these problems head on - and if the solutions they're offering are incorporated on a large scale and used together, a new agricultural revolution could be on its way.
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