When it comes to green-house gas emissions and climate change, industrial-farming and others involved in agriculture are among the worst offenders and the worst affected. Farming on an industrial level as we know it today is unsustainable, and even some smaller operations might have to change their practices if we’re going to save enough water, methane emissions, land, etc. to make a difference.
That being said, what are some ways you’d like to see the country shift in terms of food production? Are there ways to grow food that are both scalable and that we’re not using? Do you think more local or even at-home food production is reasonable for us to turn to? These are all just starting points.