Health Newsletter

August 2014

More than 9 billion.

That’s the United Nations’ current estimate for the world’s population by 2050, an increase of 34 percent. By some estimates, global food production will need to increase 70 percent over this same span to account for growing population, rising global consumer demand for diets with more meat, and biofuel uses, among other factors. This is a daunting challenge. Will generations to come live in an era of food scarcity, hampered by an undersupply of farmland, drought, pests, increased soil salinity, etc.? Or will our future be one of abundance?  Click here to continue reading…

 

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