One Planet: COVID-19 And The US Food System Crisis
On this edition of Your Call’s One Planet Series, we're discussing the impact of COVID-19 on the US food supply. Across the country, farmers are destroying tens of millions of pounds of fresh food.
Fresh vegetables are being thrown away or left to rot and dairies are dumping milk as millions of families are turning to food banks to get by. What explains this? And what’s being done to address it?
Georgina Gustin, reporter for InsideClimate News, covering climate change and agriculture
Kurtis Alexander, general assignment reporter for The San Francisco Chronicle, covering water, wildfire, climate and the American West
The Washington Post:Full fields, empty fridges