In the News (from The Washington Post): “It’s a question that keeps crop scientists up at night: How are we possibly going to feed the world over the next few decades?
After all, consider what we’re up against: The global population is expected to swell from 7 billion today to 9.6 billion by 2050. …
“Farmers are doing everything they can to squeeze more productivity out of their farmland, but they’re starting to hit a biological ‘wall,’ a limit on how much yields can keep rising.”
My Comment: Actually, the only problem is that food is distributed unevenly between different countries. And its even distribution depends only on people, on their care for each other. And no international organizations will solve this problem.
Otherwise, in full abundance, we arrive to the point that half of humanity throws out surplus food that would suffice the second half. And the hungry half raises riots and wars. Nature forces the human being to change himself.