How secure is a far-flung global economy – and our food supply – in a time of climate change? Today on Bioneers, Native American historian John Mohawk explores how civilizations have coped with previous earth changes, or have collapsed.  Seedsman and author Gary Nabhan expresses the power of restoring reciprocal relationships with the foods we eat.  Both present compelling perspectives for conserving our collective knowledge of our relationship to plants, and for looking to the local.

ON Bioneers | November 22, 2013 | 9:30 am

Surviving Climate Change: Plants, People and Place

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How secure is a far-flung global economy – and our food supply – in a time of climate change? Today on Bioneers, Native American historian John Mohawk explores how civilizations have coped with previous earth changes, or have collapsed.  Seedsman and author Gary Nabhan expresses the power of restoring reciprocal relationships with the foods we eat.  Both present compelling perspectives for conserving our collective knowledge of our relationship to plants, and for looking to the local.

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