Feeding the World
Some people fear that we cannot provide enough food for everyone in the world. Farmers are struggling to grow crops, raise livestock, and earn enough money to feed their own families. Is agriculture contributing to a world climate crisis? Should farmers grow biofuels instead of crops? Is organic the answer? Feeding the World examines these issues and many more. This book also suggests some of the ways in which people can help to reduce the global food crisis.
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