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Seth Braunstein Professor Isbell Summary #2: Causes and Strategies on World Hunger http://globalpolicy.org/component/content/article/217/46156.html This article by Katarina Wahlberg is about how to reduce world hunger. Most thoughts would suggest that the only way to do this is to produce more food. However, this article goes into further detail on the most efficient way to reduce hunger, and to ensure that all food is getting to the right people without damaging the environment. All over the world, the rate of people who need food is uncontrollably rising. Many people are following conventional economic theory and therefore funding and pushing for a “New Green Revolution” in order to feed all those who are starving. This revolution would hopefully increase agricultural production through further scientific development on growing crops. However, this article finds fault with this plan for various reasons. First of all, an increase in food production does not necessarily imply that those
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