Coming from a background in biology, this week's discussion was really interesting for me as I've always been fascinated by the entire aspect of something being so complex, due to it's ability to learn and evolve, that we are unable to truly predict how they will work despite the abundance of information we may have. Regarding food, my positive vision for the future ties a bit back into the topic of justice. After hearing that no real action was taken to increase salmon returns as 0 smoking guns were found, I envision a future where leaders are better informed when it comes to trying to preserve and improve complex adaptive systems. For instance, scientists and environmental leaders could have a greater impact on decisions being made for the sustainability of ecosystem services. As the lack of action during the 2009 Fraser River sockeye salmon crisis was due to missing key concepts of how complex adaptive systems work, it shows how valuable it is to be well-informed and aware of how complex the systems around us are. If scientists and environmental leaders are able to have a greater influence on environmental decisions being made, the general public is also given a chance to learn more accurately about what is happening to the ecosystem services they receive.