Food and Environment Reporting Network
Winner of the Institute for Nonprofit News 2022 Insight Award for Explanatory Journalism. Climate change is coming for your food. In the American Heartland, farmers are battling increasingly severe weather, with epic floods and heat. Agriculture accounts for an impossible to ignore 10 percent of U.S. greenhouse gas emissions, so if we’re serious about fighting climate change, farmers need to be part of the solution. In Hot Farm, a new podcast from the Food & Environment Reporting Network hosted by Eve Abrams, we travel across the Midwest, talking to farmers about what they are doing, or could be doing, to combat climate change.