Food nourishes us, sustains us, and in many cases, supplies our livelihoods. Food is life. But the way we grow, raise, catch, process and distribute food – our food systems – is under increasing threat from climate change. And for those in the most vulnerable parts of the world, this is a threat to their very survival. How can this community ensure we are using energy to focus on the most sustainable agricultural solutions? How can farmers and ranchers contribute to climate solutions, and thrive at the same time? How can we ensure precious resources are being used in the most efficient ways?  What does an inclusive, solutions-oriented community look like, and how can we bring the most critical voices to the table?

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