This year’s World Metrology Day is themed across the international food system. Beyond the necessity for metrics that can seize complexity, this is an opportunity to reflect more broadly on the quantitative paradigm that largely underlies food systems research. The time has come to incorporate the wellbeing of animals in cost–benefit evaluations that inform agricultural policy. By doing so, we’d account for these with the most to achieve — or lose — from our selections. Further projections spotlight the rising threat of rice yield reductions induced by excessive rainfall by the tip of this century. Nitrogen limitation is a key determinant of agriculture’s feeding capability.
- If you’re 60 years of age or older, you probably can improve your health with nutritious USDA foods and nutrition training.
- Each of these steps creates greenhouse gases that lure the sun’s warmth and contribute to local weather change.
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