As glaciers melt and storms intensify, our world is changing faster than anyone can truly comprehend. To prepare for the inevitable effects of climate change on our food system, individuals, organizations and entire societies and are innovating to find solutions to feeding our future selves. This book, written by Amanda Little, a professor of at Vanderbilt University, is a necessary and thought provoking work. It’s on my radar since there’s a chapter written about AeroFarms, the largest vertical farm in the world which happens to be a strategic partner of mine in my role at Montclair State University. I’ve had the pleasure of working with the brilliant minds of the co-founder Marc Oshima and Sr. Marketing Manager Alina Zolotareva. I’m constantly amazed by the work do on a daily basis as they merge technology and farming techniques to develop sustainable, nutritious and tasty solutions for the future of food.