What impact do agricultural markets have on political stability today, and how might climate change alter that? In this episode, Dan speaks with Cullen Hendrix, Professor at the University of Denver's Korbel School of International Studies, whose work focuses on the intersection of environment, food security, and conflict.

Cullen explains how the financialization of the global food market has led to food insecurity in the developing world, how climate change will alter what we eat and where we get our food, and how climate migration from the global south and population decline in northern countries might have a common solution.

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