The fourth volume of Advances in Food Security and Sustainability is divided into 8 diverse chapters shedding light on topics ranging from food security policy to complex food systems, climate vulnerability, agricultural biodiversity, and sustainability. Chapter 1 discusses resilience management through diversity. Diversity has long been discussed to ensure better yield and regarding its potential to fight climate change, and this chapter uses a stepwise approach to add different perspectives and information to the current body of knowledge.
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