Reimagining An Equitable Food System: Impact of Food Production on Agricultural Communities

(01:28 – Introduction, 08:24 – Moving Beyond Glyphosate, 25:22 – Brenda Eskenazi, 39:37 – Health Care Without Harm, 56:07 – Hilary Bass) This presentation examines how the fossil fuel and petrochemical industries have created climate emergencies that have threatened global food production, human health, and soil health. Experts explore the ubiquitous presence of chemicals in our food supply and the significant, cumulative impacts of extreme heat, pesticides, herbicides, and GMOs on agricultural communities, as well as the promise of regenerative agriculture. Recorded on 03/09/2021. [Show ID: 36858]

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