Thought of the Week

Everything else – culture, art and science – depends upon adequate agricultural production.
Obscured in prosperous time, such connections become starkly apparent when agriculture falters.
Recently, the problem of environmental refugees fleeing the effects of soil erosion began to rival political emigration as the world’s foremost humanitarian problem.
Although usually portrayed as natural disasters,
crop failures and famines often owe as much to land abuse
as to natural calamities.


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