Reconciling the Global Supply and Demand for Food: Can we meet the world’s growing demand for food? In many ways, that is the most important question facing mankind. And yet the answer depends on who you talk to. If you go to international food conferences, you find two groups of people: farmers and neo-Malthusian alarmists. The neo-Malthusians claim they see “clear signs” that the world is running out of food, characterized by gruesome images of people on the verge of starvation across the globe. Download paper here

 

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