Biodiversity refers to the number and variety of life forms in a given habitat or region, and is often used as a measure of ecosystem health. Ecosystems with greater biodiversity are generally healthier, more stable, and better able to withstand change or stress.

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Michael Pollan - We Are What We Eat
Michael Pollan

If you are what you eat, and especially if you eat industrial food as 99 percent of Americans do, what you are is "corn."

Claire Hope Cummings - Uncertain Peril
Claire Hope Cummings

Is industrial agriculture, with its focus on chemical and genetic technologies, the best choice for ensuring a healthy future?

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