LOVE LETTER TO FOOD

Roughly 40 percent of the U.S. food supply (1,500 calories/person/day) is never eaten, which is among the highest rates of food losses globally. Addressing this loss could help reduce food insecurity and the environmental impacts of agriculture.
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ARE WE GETTING ENOUGH CROP PER DROP?

Improvements in crop water productivity — the amount of food produced per unit of water consumed — can improve food security and water sustainability in many parts of the world according to GLI’s Kate Brauman.
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THE OTHER INCONVENIENT TRUTH

Watch the TEDxTC presentation by former IonE director Jon Foley on how agriculture is changing the face of the planet.
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WHAT IS NATURE WORTH?

Plants, animals, even entire ecosystems are disappearing from the Earth. So what? In “What Is Nature Worth?”, IonE offers a three-minute look at what biodiversity loss is really costing us — and what we can do about it.
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FEAST OR FAMINE?

IonE is discovering solutions to Earth’s biggest problems, including this big question: “How are we going to feed a growing world without destroying the planet?”
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IS EARTH PAST THE TIPPING POINT?

For 10,000 years, our world seemed endless. The sky was the limit. But today’s world looks much smaller. We’ve cleared, consumed and polluted our way across the globe. The planet is shrinking. Have we pushed Earth past the tipping point?
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PLANETARY BOUNDARIES

In a groundbreaking Nature article, 28 scientists introduce a set of planetary boundaries.
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