It's time for a second Green Revolution
One of humanity’s biggest achievements in the last century was making a huge increase in food production. From 1900 to 2000, there was a six-fold increase in crop harvests while the global population increased less than four-fold, meaning that on average people today have around 50 per cent more food available than their great, great grandparents. Read the second part of the 12-piece series in National Post (Canada).
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