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The pandemic's food crisis sparks a green revolution
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4 August 2020
On 4 August 2020 The Christian Science Monitor reported:
As global crises go, the pandemic has had its fair share of teachable moments. One was the sudden shortage of food. To its credit, Britain has begun to use the crisis to rethink its entire food system. According to an official report this week, the new vulnerability in food has opened 'an unplanned window of opportunity ... to learn something.' Beyond specific solutions, Britain's greatest contribution may be its spirit of innovation, which is never in short supply.
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