Food Security Dilemma

Carmel Kilkenny leads a discussion with three experts attending this week's conference on Global Food Security at McGill University in Montreal. All three say there's still much to learn about food and the complex issues that arise when we try to grow increasingly large amounts of food under adverse conditions.

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