This week’s topic on food scarcity and agriculture really hit home for me. As many people would relate, food is an essential part of not only survival but also a social aspect of our daily lives. For many people, food is an integral part of their lives such as bodybuilders. I believe that this week’s topic is something everyone can and should be more aware of: humans need to find a more sustainable method in agriculture. The common misconception that we discussed in class is the information that needs to be widespread such as organic isn’t necessarily better. I envision a world where we encourage farmers to reduce the use of chemicals and pesticides. We also need to stop believing that micro-managing every aspect of nature will help the natural course of ecosystem balance. I sometimes think the more humans that try to force the balance, often end up making the situation worse. Therefore, I want to reward natural farmers with more resources to help their sustainable agriculture. Resources that don't include only money but technology can help reduce manual labour in farms. Technology that also won’t add to the climate crisis. Technologies that can help are better monitoring systems and AI which can help us plan the best plan of action when unpredictable situations arise.