Cary Fowler:
Cary Fowler: Die Zukunft der Nahrung schützen, einen Samen nach dem anderen

TEDGlobal 2009 · 17:08 · Filmed Jul 2009
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Die Weizen-, Mais- und Reisarten, die wir heute anbauen, sind vielleicht nicht in der Lage, in einer vom Klimawandel bedrohten Zukunft zu gedeihen. Cary Fowler führt uns in eine riesige globale Samenbank, vergraben in einem gefrorenen Berg in Norwegen, wo ein großes Sortiment von Nutzpflanzen lagert - was auch immer morgen kommen mag.

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Biodiversity warrior Cary Fowler wants to save the world from agricultural collapse, one seed at a time. Full bio
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