As both hunger and overconsumption simultaneously soar and the climate crisis worsens, a paradigm shift is needed to mend our broken planet. Can the ancient philosophy of Kintsugi help?
By owning up to our mistakes, acknowledging the planetary fractures we have caused, Dr Anika Molesworth shows us that it is possible to fix our broken food system.
Dr Anika Molesworth is a recognised thought-leader of agro-ecological systems resilience and international farming development. With a passion for rural communities and healthy ecosystems, she is committed to help create sustainable and vibrant rural landscapes now and for the future. She is a Founding Director of Farmers for Climate Action – a national network of over 7,000 Australian farmers undertaking climate change action. She is also the author of the book, Our Sunburnt Country. Awards include 2015 Young Farmer of the Year, and 2017 Young Australian of the Year NSW Finalist.
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