A world food crisis?

posted by
July 10, 2011
Independent Institute
by S. Fred Singer  
Posted in Commentary

"Economists tell us that the problem of world hunger has to do mostly with the distribution of food resources rather than the total amount of production. Ultimately, it becomes a problem of having money to buy the food that is needed and having money to establish the transportation systems necessary to bring food from farms into the urban areas that people have moved to and will be moving to in the future. Economics also tells us that there is a considerable cushion: consumption of meat." (07/08/11)


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