For food security keep your focus on plant pathogens, on water tables, on soil quality, on the health of insect pollinators and on the soil in terms of living and non-living parts. Innovate with technology that preserves the health of the land, increases crop yields, reduces crop losses, retains genetic diversity of crops, gives power to local farmers to breed their locally adapted cultivars and keep seed, to return health to poor soils and to ramp up production via modern soil-free horticultural techniques. To feed the world in a way that preserves nature for both future generations and for the sake of creation itself, is a profound act of love and wisdom.