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OUTCOME OF THE HIGH LEVEL EXPERT FORUM ON HOW TO FEED THE WORLD IN 2050








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    Expert meeting on How to Feed the World in 2050. FAO headquarters, 24-26 June 2009 2009
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    In the first half of this century, global demand for food, feed and fibre is projected to increase by some 70 percent while, increasingly, crops may also be used for bioenergy and other industrial purposes. New and traditional demand for agricultural produce will thus put growing pressure on already scarce agricultural resources. And while agriculture will be forced to compete for land and water with sprawling urban settlements, it will also be required to serve on other major fronts: ad apting to and contributing to the mitigation of climate change, helping preserve natural habitats, and maintaining biodiversity. At the same time, fewer people will be living in rural areas and even fewer will be farmers. They will need new technologies to grow more from less land, with fewer hands.
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    WSFS Issues paper: Feeding the world in 2050 2009
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    Outcomes of the High Level Round Table. Moderator’s summary 2009
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