Why We Can’t Ignore Large-Scale Farming In Favor Of Local [Headlines]

Why We Can’t Ignore Large-Scale Farming In Favor Of Local [Headlines]
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WWF senior vice president Jason Clay argues we need both local and large-scale farms to produce enough food for the growing population and sustain biodiversity.

Allie Walker
  • 9 may 2012

WWF senior vice president Jason Clay argues that it’s the production method used at farms that causes the most environmental damage, and although he supports local farming, production methods at local farms can be just as harmful as on conventional farms. Guardian

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