Expert: Climate Change and How to Produce Food in a Smart Way

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The effects of climate change on food security and nutrition are one of the major challenges facing humanity in the coming decades. Reflection is needed in order to adapt the agri-food system to this new climate and social reality. McGill professors are participating fromSeptember 24-27 in the International Symposium on Food Security and Nutrition in the Age of Climate Change in Quebec City. (Source)

Chandra Madramootoo, Bioresource Engineering Department, McGill University

“It’s important to implement Climate Smart Agriculture practices which save water, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and sequester carbon.”—Chandra Madromooto

He will also talk about soil-water-crop water innovations that could mitigate climate change impacts.
chandra.madramootoo [at] mcgill.ca (English)

 

 

 

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