In a Q&A with Time, UN Special Envoy Agnes Kalibata discusses new food technologies, the future of farming, and why eating insects, while good for human and planetary health, is likely to remain a fringe idea for the foreseeable future. She also describes what she sees as the future of farming for the next generation, and highlights that the participation of young people in agriculture will drive the transformation of our food systems.
You can change communities overnight with the right technology and policies. When farmers can increase yields with the pieces of land they have, and improve their livelihoods, they will come." -- UN Special Envoy Agnes Kalibata
Read the full interview with Special Envoy Agnes Kalibata here.