Bill Moseley on the silver lining of the American drought

Bill Moseley, a geography professor at Macalster College published this op-ed in today’s NYT.

“FROM where I sit on the north end of America’s grain belt, I can almost hear the corn popping to the south of me. The drought threatens to drive up global corn prices beyond their level in 2007-8, when food demonstrations broke out around the world. But such crises often lead to change — and transformation is what is needed to make our food system less vulnerable…read more at the New York Times here.

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