In the previous episode “The State of Food Security,” we explored how the Russian invasion in Ukraine, among other global events, and their implications are triggering a serious food crisis worldwide. In this special minisode, we dig deeper into what it’s actually like to farm on the frontlines. Tune in as Kees Huizinga, a Dutch farmer farming in Ukraine, shares his experience in a country at war, and how everyone can help make strides toward increasing food security.
COVID and climate change have already put immense pressure on our food system. The war in Ukraine only exasperates the situation, setting in motion a larger global food crisis that requires immediate action. Listen in as our guests discuss how we can help feed the world.