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The article is published on April 17 and written by Miina Porkka, postdoctoral researcher at Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University.
She writes: “The modern dust bowl simulation can help to illuminate some of the systemic risks in the global food system, but the COVID-19 pandemic is a better demonstration of how fragile our hyperconnected world is. Rather than try to revert to the way things were before the crisis, countries should seize the opportunity to transform this system to something more resilient, so that when the next major disruption hits, we’ll be prepared.”

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