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International Affairs Lecture 18: Environment (Episode 2 Michael Colaresi International AffairsLecture 18:Environment (Episode 2 – p.1/17
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Quick Review Causes of Global Scarcity Overpopulation Resource Depletion Use - Going, Going, Gone Pollution - Externalities of Use International AffairsLecture 18:Environment (Episode 2 – p.2/17
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Food Scarcity 1 in 5 people in the developing world are considered chronically undernourished. Most of the worlds farmable land is being farmed. Food production has actually increased over the last 3 decades. Problems include fluctuation in supply and distribution. International AffairsLecture 18:Environment (Episode 2 – p.3/17
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Problems with Supply Paradox of Production Prices Local conditions Weather and Global Climate changes Averages versus volatility. International AffairsLecture 18:Environment (Episode 2 – p.4/17
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Volatility 50 100 150 food 0 20 40 60 80 100 counter Figure 1: Food Volatility International AffairsLecture 18:Environment (Episode 2 – p.5/17
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Distribution Problems Rotten Apple Problem (Biological) Rotten Civil Wars (Political Conflict) Rotten Bureaucracies and Leaders (Corruption) International AffairsLecture 18:Environment (Episode 2 – p.6/17
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