An article in The Fence Post described a recent event hosted by the Keough School of Global Affairs in which Kellogg Faculty Fellow Paul Winters interviewed Senate Agriculture Committee Chairwoman, Debbie Stabenow. The event was titled “COP28: Agricultural Innovations to Address Climate Change and Food Security.”

They discussed the growing need for agricultural research along with studies on how agriculture is essential to combat climate change. When discussing how climate change impacts agriculture, Winters stated, “The only path I see is through innovation."

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