“If you are looking at climate change. What are the factors that are going to affect agriculture? As you have already seen so far, the biggest factor is going to be water.
When we are looking at water, we also have to look at crops that grow without water, in draught conditions. Which is going to be sooner or later the reality in most of the world”.
Aruna Kalahastri (anti-GMO militant within the SAGE Coalition, India)
To choose which plant will be grown is essential. But it should not be forgotten that the adaptation to climate change is also about rebuilding the quantity of humus in the soil, to fully play its role as a sponge. Millets have always been a part of a concept, a kind of system rich in biodiversity.