The ‘Future of Food‘ is 3-part BBC television programme looking at how food production is going to have to evolve to adapt to increased global demand and less reliable access to key resources such as water and oil.
The programme host visits farmers in India, Cuba, the UK to look at how key issues such as water availability, climate change, and price volatility impacts their livelihoods and their ability to grow their crops.
The programme raises many of the questions and concerns which the Farming First plan aims to address. It also suggests that the issue of food security is one that is increasingly capturing the attention of more mainstream audiences in the west.
For those interested, the second part of the series airs on BBC Two on Monday, 24 August at 9pm.