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This is what archaeology can teach us about eating sustainably

Archaeology and anthropology could help us understand how to make agriculture more sustainable. Image: REUTERS/Kham

Kelly Reed

Postdoctoral Researcher in Archaeobotany, University of Oxford

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The canals used in Waru Waru farming could make food production more resilient to climate change. Image: Blog de Historia General del Perú

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