Professor Michael Pollan, talks about the connection between climate change and food systems at the 2014 New New York Times Food for Tomorrow Conference.climate change and food systems have two faces connection, on one hand, food is responsible for the green house gases emission to the extent of 20% t0 30%, on another hand, research shows that changes in the agriculture have the potential to mitigate the impacts, also the changes in the agriculture could further remove the carbon to a great extent. In the video, Professor Michael Pollan first introduced what is food carbon footprint, the agriculture contribution to carbon emission, to what extent the food system is different, the main challenges with climate change, how agriculture can have a positive impact on the environment. The question “ how to feed the world” is changed by the climate change in important ways, involving many past arguments about achieving high productivity at all cost. The idea of carbon farming suggest some very different way of conceiving the relationship between people and nature. When you organize the agricultural practices around the goal of reducing the carbon, you could end up reducing the carbon food print, at last you could have more water, more fertility and more resilience.