According to a report from the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, the world will be home to about 9.6 billion people in 2050, and they are going to be hungry. So how will we feed them? In order to feed the world, food production must increase by 70 per cent by 2050, and this has to be achieved in spite of the limited availability of arable lands, the increasing need for fresh water, and other less predictable factors such as the impact of climate change.
Humanitarian Evidence 4th Evidence Aid International Conference Healey Family Student Center, Georgetown University, Washington DC 17 & 18 November 2016, Washington DC, USA Evidence Aid in collaboration with Georgetown University, the Pan American Health Organization, and the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences.
With the recent celebration of Fathers Day, I'm thinking about my own dad, and how he, like most dads, wants what's best for me, and someday, my kids, and grandkids. These days, that means worrying about the future of our climate. Already, today's children are growing up in a world that's made less safe because of global warming.