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Food Print - The Environmental Cost of Food

Dr. Pierpaolo Duce, Institute of Biometeorology, National Research Council, Italy

30-Nov-15 14:00

Food Print - The Environmental Cost of Food

It's estimated that the world's population might hit 11 billion by 2050, and understandably with that will come an increase in the demand for food as well. But in a world where resources will steadily become scarce and volatile, how do we increase the world’s food supply without clearing the world’s remaining forests? We discuss the need to strike a balance between food security and natural resources with Dr. Pierpaolo Duce, from the Institute of Biometeorology, National Research Council, Italy.


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