October 15, 2012: When an edible crop is grown, how might it use and produce consumable energy, water, or food? When land is changed from farming to power generation, how is the availability of energy, water, and food affected? Might pursuit of more energy lead to greater or lesser food production? Greater or lesser water availability? How do different populations prioritize resources? These questions and more are discussed by Nicole T. Carter of the Congressional Research Service, Melissa D. Ho of the U.S. Agency for International Development, and Cathleen Enright of BIO. Moderated by NPR's Richard Harris, this installment in the Global Challenges Discussion Series was held at AAAS headquarters in downtown Washington, DC. #acsscicon #aaas

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