The Royal Society: We Need To Increase Global Food Supplies By 70% In The Next 40 Years

The Royal Society: We Need To Increase Global Food Supplies By 70% In The Next 40 Years
Innovation

A new study offers a look at the challenges we may face in 2050.

Naresh Kumar
  • 16 august 2010

The Royal Society of UK has published a set of papers on the future of the global food industry. Among the highlights of the report is the concern that millions of people will go hungry even with new advancements in food technology such as genetic modification. The report also discusses low cost methods to increase agriculture yield and alternative foods that would reduce the demand on conventional food items such as meat.

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