I just returned from the Breakthrough Dialogue, where I gave a talk in a session on "Eating Ecologically" in a panel with Tamar Haspel of the Washington Post, Danielle Nierenberg of Food Tank, and Pedro Sanchez at University of Florida. I thoroughly enjoyed our session and the rest of the Dialogue.
At the dialogue, the participants were given the latest copy of the Breakthrough Journal, and I was struck by an article by Jennifer Bernstein titled the same as this post (I haven't been able to find a link to an online copy of the paper yet but I presume it will eventually appear at the link above).
Here is an excerpt from the introduction:
You may never have heard that agricultural productivity growth is (or should be) a feminist cause, but here Bernstein makes a strong case: