Chap 7 State Of The World

Chap 7 State Of The World - 563 Joe Crosariol 613-07-4881

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563 Joe Crosariol 613-07-4881 12:30-Interdisciplinary 3/7/00 Critical Analysis on Chapter 7, State of the World 1999 Feeding Nine Billion While reading chapter 7 of State of the World I was very interested in the changing course because it made me think about the things that our world can do that can drastically benefit the future of our agricultural production and food prospect. We must be able to solve the two major food issues currently facing our world, which are malnutrition and price stability. All governments need to establish a population policy so that their country does not exceed the limitations of its carrying capacity. It is important that we can produce enough food for our country, which is estimated to increase by 74 million in the next fifty years. A quote from the book, “The worst mistake political leaders can make entering the new millennium is to underestimate the dimensions of the food challenge”. I certainly agree with this because most of the future food growth in the world is going to be croplands and we need to
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This note was uploaded on 01/09/2011 for the course EDS 103 taught by Professor White during the Spring '10 term at E. Kentucky.

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