Saturday, October 18, 2014

Video - Food By the Numbers: Feeding our Hungry Planet

With the recent World Food Day event on October 16th, this video from National Geographic reviews the challenges and solutions to feeding the world. By 2050, the world's population will likely increase 35 percent. In this video National Geographic provides some answers to this crisis beyond simply growing more food.

Poplation Growth and Global Food Production
World Food Day 2014: Assessing US Agricultural Risks and Focusing on Family Farms
Showing Support for Family Farmers and Sustainable Agriculture
Infographic - Biodiversity for Family Farming
The Think Eat Save Student Challenge
Food and Agricultural Sectors are at Risk from Climate Change
Food Waste is an Unfortunate Thanksgiving Tradition
Infographics: Population, Food, Agriculture, Water, GHGs and Solutions (World Resources Institute) 
Insects are a Sustainable Food Choice
Organic Produce and Sustainable Seafoods
Population Growth and Global Food Production
Food Production and Climate Change
Breaking the Cycle of Famine
Food Production and UN Millennium Development Goals
Blog Action Day 2011: Food
The F Word: Famine is the Real Obscenity
Genetic Engineering: The Dark Side of Climate Ready Crops
In India Childhood Malnutrition is Compounded by Deadly Corruption
Video - Sustainable Meat: Trailer from the Documentary "American Meat"
Video - The Rebirth of Food Waste into Fuel in South Korea

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