The Coming Food Crisis

Where rising prices and food shortages were once temporary, driven by unusual weather, and fixed by countries like the US who could serve as a global buffer, the problem may now become unstoppable. Population growth, rising consumption, decreasing water supplies, and deteriorating soil are all part of the geopolitics of food. Lester Brown, president of the Earth Policy Institute and author of “World on the Edge” explains.

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