Manuela Saragosa, Michael Pollan, and others on the BBC program The Food Chain consider the issue.
In an interview with Audubon, Michael Pollan describes the personal choices that can help combat climate change:
“Take something as simple as gardening, for instance. If we all grew some of our food, we could be sequestering carbon in our garden soils, and at the same time we could be reducing the need to go to the supermarket, and reducing the need to have food processed by industry. So I do think it’s both a real and a symbolic contribution. There’s no question that we need solutions at the macro level, too. But these changes at the micro level will lay the groundwork for those larger solutions.”