Agriculture and livestock production often are cited as major contributors to climate change and other environmental problems such as poor air quality, polluted water supplies, and degraded land. Allan Savory, founder and president of the Savory Institute, says there is truth in these claims, but the real blame needs to focus on the way the food is produced, not on the food itself. Savory, a Zimbabwean farmer, rancher, game warden and biologist, explains how a holistic approach to food production can bring the land back to life, how consumer behavior can create market pulls that result in large-scale changes in food production, and how the way we eat can help reduce the effects of climate change. Presented by Savory Institute, LLC.  Thanks to Seattle Town Hall.

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