Agriculture, forestry and fisheries in the 21st century (Conclusion)
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Studies showed that we need to produce 70% more food in 2050. Roughly 800 million people worldwide suffer from hunger and around 650 million people will be undernourished by 2030. We cannot deny the fact that very little innovation has taken place in food industry hence food scarcity and hunger will stillbe an issue in the coming decades. To meet these challenges, a concerted effort by governments, investors, and innovative agricultural technologies is a must.
Casiple, R. (2019, March 19). Agriculture, forestry and fisheries in the 21st century (Conclusion). The Daily Guardian, p. 5.
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