"Food security will deteriorate further unless leading countries can collectively mobilize to stabilize population, restrict the use of grain to produce automotive fuel, stabilize climate, stabilize water tables and aquifers, protect cropland, and conserve soils." — Lester Brown, World Facing Huge New Challenge on Food Front
In late October, the Harvard Crimson sat down with Lester Brown, who was at Harvard to give several talks on sustainability. The author of more than 50 environmental books, including World on the Edge and Full Planet, Empty Plates, Brown has been a vocal advocate for environmental sustainability, even going so far as to call for “war-time mobilization” in order to save the planet. Check out the full interview here.