UN Environment claims Covid-19 is disrupting food production which has already been battered by climate adversity. But just last November, the UN Agriculture body said “reserves held by the five major exporting countries could rise to a five-year high, primarily on the back of another foreseen build-up in India.”
Within weeks the EU’s European Food Safety Authority is expected by the insect industry to endorse whole or ground mealworms, lesser mealworms, locusts, crickets and grasshoppers as being safe for human consumption.
Dyson on climate science: "In the end, everything is decided by who gets the money."
Dutch filmmaker Marijn Poels in 2018 documentary: "Freeman Dyson, a living legend in the fields of mathematics and physics. 93 years old. He was one of the first scientists in the 70s who started to investigate climate change."
Freeman Dyson: "I was there I think around 1970 to 1980. So this was a very active group of not just climate experts, we tried to measure everything and to see what the effects of carbon dioxide really are in the real world. Then there was another group of people, mostly in Colorado, who did computer calculations. Looking at the climate from a theoretical point of view. And then, of course, there became a political fight, which was these groups would get the money and so, in the end, everything is decided, of course, by who gets the money and, so the people in Colorado won."
Dyson on climate change scientists: "I don't say they're dishonest. I think they are inevitably influenced by the fact that they live by scaring the public, that if they did not scare the public they wouldn't get support from the government...In the end, everything is decided by who gets the money."