Debating the World’s Food Production. A Risk of Riots. What Does Food Justice Mean to You? – Link Round-Up

NY Times “Room for Debate”: Is the World Producing Enough Food? Global food prices are soaring again, as droughts, freezes and floods have affected various crops in many parts of the world. At the same time, demand is rising with living standards in fast-growing countries. Seven food policy experts share their views on making global food production more sustainable. [NY Times]

Rise in Food Prices Bring Risk of New Riots: France’s agriculture minister warned the United Nations that food riots like those of three years ago could break out around the world because of steep rises in food prices. Bruno Le Maire was addressing the General Assembly after the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization reported earlier this month that its food price index rose for the seventh month in a row in January to reach its highest level on record. [AlertNet]

What Does Food Justice Mean to You? [Civil Eats]

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One Response to Debating the World’s Food Production. A Risk of Riots. What Does Food Justice Mean to You? – Link Round-Up

  1. Katherine says:

    It’s impertiave that more people make this exact point.

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