In light of the brand new Dec/Jan issue of G with a special feature on 'Where our food comes from', here's an animated journey through our food system, why it's broken, and how we can help to fix it.
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A wave of devastation for marine life.
Last month, the annual King tides hit the pacific island of Tuvalu, and much of the island was flooded with salty water. Award-winning photographer Rodney Dekker was on the ground for Oxfam Australia when the soil-eroding, crop-killing floods arrived.
We are now seeing a clash between food security, environmental risks and energy security in a low carbon world. There are no easy answers. Gas, so much cleaner than coal, could be providing a quarter of the world's energy within 20 years and Australia, with over 100 years' worth of coal seam gas ready to be piped to the surface, is in a great position. But coal seam gas is raising a real stink in Australia with concerns being raised by farmers and environmentalists.