Millets prove tasty solution to climate and food security challenges (2021 May)

Image from the article by ICRISAT/Agathe Diama of women carrying pearl millet harvest home in Mali. The women have traditional baskets and bowls on their heads.

This article written by UN News promotes the 2023 International Year of Millets, and describes some of the high-levels reasons why millets have declined in human diets, and some of the reasons why millets should and are making a comeback. This article provides a good example of the intersection of traditional food cultures and ecological sustainability concepts.

While not referenced, the United Nations draws on UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) data, generally relied upon as high quality. This article adds diversity to global perspectives on sustainable diets and food systems.

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