Bourne, Joel K., Jr. "Cheap Food — National Geographic Magazine." Www.nationalgeographic.com. National Geographic, June 2009. Web. 11 Feb. 2014. . -This particular article explains the hardship of demand overcoming supply. It is mentioned that planet Earth only has a limited amount of resources with an abundance of need from the people living on it. Despite this fact, the article states it is crucial to double food production by the year 2030 in order to feed our population.
Provost, Claire. "Food Crisis Fears Prompt UN Wake-up Call to World Leaders." Theguardian.com. Guardian News and Media, 18 Sept. 2013. Web. 11 Feb. 2014. . -The article posted to The Guardian describes the “wake up call” that the UN gave to all world leaders regarding our present day food crisis. It is mentioned that lowering food prices would benefit this issue but for prices to be lowered, individuals must shift to more local food production instead of depending on those surrounding them such as producers from other countries.
Hecht, David. "Little Holds Nigeria Back from Food Crisis." Washington Post. The Washington Post, 03 Aug. 2009. Web. 11 Feb. 2014. . -The Washington Post explains how there has been a lack of care put forth toward food production in Nigeria. Due to its large supply of oil, agriculture is not at the top of their list of critical necessities. The article explains that there is essentially only small farm production that are inefficient due to the lack of fertilizers or irrigation systems. Because of this 65% of Nigeria’s population is “food insecure” which means they are at risk of waking up and having nothing to eat.
After reading various articles regarding our present day food crises, it is conclusive that we urgently...
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