Bugs—and farmers—are shaping the entire world.
That’s the message, or at least part of the message, Jonathan Lundgren delivered in his TEDxBrookings on : “A Six-legged March Toward Regenerative Agriculture.”
Lundgren explains how insects, through small individual actions, aggregate and synergize with one another to shape the entire world.
Lundgren, an agroecologist, entomologist, farmer and beekeeper, has always studied bugs. But his love for insects recently took him down a new path when he started hanging out with regenerative farmers—only to find that the farmers and bugs have a lot in common.