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The coming famine: The global food crisis and what we can do about it

It is estimated that food production needs to increase 70 per cent by 2050, to meet demand; the current rate of increase is just 1 per cent per year. To avert the prospect of famine within a generation, Julian Cribb presents the case for food production, including agricultural research, to be given the highest priority.
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The theme of this book clearly gives a warning to governments to start allocating resources in efforts to achieve increased food production to feed escalating human population. Bearing in mind the effects of climatic change, we need to embrace this.
posted by: Maurice Ikaal (13:41:33 Thu 11th November 2010)



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