Understanding Food and Climate Change: An Interactive Guide explores the links between
what we grow, eat, and throw away, and the impact of climate change. But why explore the
relationships between food and climate change? Because food is an essential human need and
offers the potential for personalizing climate change. Food production depends on natural resources
that are linked to climate and weather. Understanding the global food system can help your students
comprehend how personal choices about food can impact climate change. By talking
about food, we can demonstrate why climate change matters to all of us.

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