The Planet World Will Be More Than 11 Billion People

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Abstract By the end of this century, the planet world will be home to more than 11 billion people. Feeding all of them in a truly sustainable way remains undoubtedly one of the greatest challenges of this generation. The population boom is sometimes feared as one of the major leading problems to the food security and malnutrition issue; this essay analysis shows that the reasons many suspects are not entirely true; it’s not the number, nor is it about enough land. The world has already what’s required to produce enough food, but doing it at an acceptable cost to the planet will depend on dramatic changes from how we eat, what we grow and how we do it. There is a need driven by the global political will to adopt and incorporate best ideas and strategies from successful existing and previous practices; green revolution, small-large agriculture, organic and local agriculture all combined with new innovations systems that focus on sustainable food production. INTRODUCTION There is a 70 percent chance that the number of world’s population will rise continuously from 7 billion today to 11 billion at the end of this century. Nearly all of this population increase will occur in developing countries. The projections indicate that after 2050 Africa will be the sole continent to keep experiencing a significant population growth. In 2100, Africa is projected to have 39 percent up from 25 percent in 2050, while Asia’s share of global population will far from 54 percent in 2050 to 44

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