Why Our Food Systems are so Wasteful: Inefficiencies in Agriculture Technology, Infrastructure, and Waste

Guest Blog by Victoria Brodsky

“Food is not lacking, it’s just poorly managed.”  – Irene Banos Ruiz, Deutsche Welle13

Although we currently produce enough to food to feed everyone in the world 1.5x the amount of calories they need daily, there are millions of people starving, and a global food crisis looming. The reason for this includes inefficiencies in the application of agriculture technologies, infrastructure problems, and waste.

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How Will We Feed 10 Billion People in 2050?

feeding the world with agriculture

Co-Authored by Transformation, LLC Director of Projects, Victoria Brodsky

The Population Crisis at Hand

The growth of the world’s human population has been a topic of discussion for centuries. As our developments in science and technology allow for increased longevity, our hope has always been that the natural resource output from the earth will match the demand of the fast growing human population.

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The Latest Sustainability Trend: How Will We Feed 10 billion People in 2050?

Co-Authored by Transformation, LLC Director of Projects, Victoria Brodsky

The Population Crisis at Hand

The growth of the world’s human population has been a topic of discussion for centuries. As our developments in science and technology allow for increased longevity, our hope has always been that the natural resource output from the earth will match the demand of the fast growing human population. Continue reading “The Latest Sustainability Trend: How Will We Feed 10 billion People in 2050?”