Geopolitics of Food for 2012: Tidbit of the Day

| January 2, 2012

As we enter 2012, we continue to face a troublesome food crisis with increased demand for food and falling harvest figures.

Copyright: WFP/John Javellana

The world’s population has nearly doubled since 1970 and it is expected to reach 9 billion by midcentury. This rise along with the consequences of global warming with a drop in water supply and eroding soils means that the world’s food supply is unlikely to keep up with the world’s growing appetites. Foreign Policy investigates in its article: The New Geopolitics of Food.


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