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Diet and Sustainability Key to Feeding the World: A food Sec

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Transcript of Diet and Sustainability Key to Feeding the World: A food Sec

Diet and Sustainability Key to Feeding the World: A food Security Report
OVERVIEW

The notion of Food Security

Possible solutions of Food Shortage

Conclusion-Suggestion

DEFINITION

Food Security
- when all people at all times have access to sufficient, safe, nutritious food to maintain a healthy and active life (WHO, 1996).

FOOD SHORTAGE
SOLUTIONS
CONCLUSION
SUGGESTIONS

Further approaches have to be developed:

An integrated and systematic approach - encouraging agri-food research

A global approach - involving the specialist researchers
Galiya Dostayeva
UCL Pre-sessional 2014

Reasons
Population Growth

1930 - 2 billion
2010 - 6.8 billion
2050 - 9 billion

Global Warming

climate change
negative impact on food production
Sustainable approach of increasing the potential of food yields
choose how food is
'produced, used and consumed'
Boost yields of some crops in areas with temperate climate
possible negative effects of climate change
the necessity in developing farming
REFERENCE
Slaght, J. Diet and sustainability key to feeding the world: A food security report. ISLC, University of Reading.

WHO (2014).
Food security
. Accessed 7 August 2014.
(Black, 2010 in Slaght)
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