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Will Food Shortages Reshape The World Again?

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Will Food Shortages Reshape The World Again?

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Will Food Shortages Reshape The World Again?

Will Food Shortages Reshape The World Again?

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Food shortages have doomed civilizations for millennia. Lester Brown, founder and president of the Earth Policy Institute, argues that environmental degradation could lead to devastating food shortages today, despite advanced farm technology and genetically engineered crops.

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