Climate Change And Food on the Plate at Slow Food Nation

Some believe that we are talking a lot about climate change affecting polar ice caps and penguins, and not enough about how it could affect our food supply. Here at Slow Food Nation, people are considering how policymakers and the rest of us can affect climate change through how and what we eat. Projections for the food supply are dire due to climate change. Scientists estimate that developing countries could lose 330 million acres of prime farm land in the next 50 years. Here in the U.S., unprecedented storms have eroded prime Midwest soil. That could reduce the food supply for future generations. The Allegheny Front's Jennifer Szweda Jordan has more.