World Resources Institute: The United Nations’ new population growth projections show that the world is set to reach nearly 9.6 billion by 2050. This growth holds serious implications for global food security. Absent other effective measures to control dietary shifts and reduce food loss and waste, the world will need to produce about 70 percent more food annually by 2050 to meet global demands. That is a big task, and even harder to do without converting millions more hectares of forests into farmland, contributing to climate......
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Posted by World Resources Institute: Tim Searchinger and Craig Hanson on July 31st, 2013You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.