Final Report: The Presidential Advisory Commission on the Future of Agriculture & Food Production in a Drying Climate
AffiliationUniversity of Arizona
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CitationCondon, L.E., J. Ruiz, P. Antin, J. Buizer, S. Collinge, N.L. Esquerra, L.A. Ikner, S.B. Megdal & K.J. Patten, “The Presidential Advisory Commission on the Future of Agriculture and Food Production in a Drying Climate.” Final Report, August 2023. https://doi.org/10.2458/10150.669555
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DescriptionLocated in one of the most arid portions of the country, Arizona’s food production systems are increasingly threatened by drying climate, and there is growing concern that this trend poses an existential threat to food production in Arizona. In response to this urgent issue, UArizona President Dr. Robert C. Robbins created the Presidential Advisory Commission on the Future of Agriculture & Food Production in a Drying Climate. The Commission was tasked with assessing critical threats to agriculture and food production, identifying the most promising solutions, and determining how UArizona can best impact the future. This report reflects the Commission’s study and information gathering through listening sessions and surveys of community members across the University and the state of Arizona.
SponsorsUArizona Executive Office of the President