Just as the White House has released its massive climate change report, a new study out of Harvard’s School of Public Health finds that rising global temperatures are also going to make our food less nutritious.
You’ve heard of peak oil, but we’re also facing an even scarier scenario. When we reach peak water, we’re looking at a devastating food and water crisis.
As we face rising food prices and food shortages, there’s a big debate over how we’re going to feed a population of 9 billion people in 2050.
Scientists are becoming increasingly aware that mismanagement of soils can lead to food shortages, erosion, increased greenhouse gas emissions, and reductions in water quality. But a new tool is being created to help solve these problems.
A recent article in NZ Herald News discusses the looming food crisis and how it might become the world’s biggest problem in the decades to come. “If the world doesn’t act now, [ … ]
According to Forbes, the rise in food prices is accelerating, and this is just the beginning. They’re predicting a food crisis in 2011 to rival the food shortages back in [ … ]