Cary Fowler:
Cary Fowler: Una semilla cada vez para proteger el futuro de los alimentos

TEDGlobal 2009 · 17:08 · Filmed Jul 2009
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Las variedades de trigo, maíz y arroz que crecen hoy en día no puede prosperar en un futuro amenazado por el cambio climático. Cary Fowler nos adentra en un gran banco de semillas mundial, enterrado en una montaña helada en Noruega, que almacena un grupo diverso de alimentos de cultivo para lo que nos depare el mañana.

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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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