Monocultures cover about 80% of all arable land. This means that on most farmland, just one crop is grown at a time. While monocultures were once believed to be the most efficient way to produce enough food, they are not the silver-bullet solution we had hoped for. So what new challenges have monoculture production left us with, and is there an alternative?
Script & Presentation by Rachel Bailleau
Edited by Jane Alice Liu
Illustrations by Cait Mack
Animations by Eloise Adler
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