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The Future of Food

In an eight-month series on The Future of Food, National Geographic is exploring how we will feed two billion more people by 2050 without overwhelming the planet. Their extraordinary in-depth coverage represents a turning point in understanding the complex and interconnected issues around this global challenge.

Here are links to the first six installments in the series:

A Five-Step Plan to Feed the World Where will we find enough food for 9 billion?

How to Farm a Better Fish Can the “blue revolution” solve the world’s food puzzle?

The Next Breadbasket Can Africa’s fertile farmland feed the world?

The New Face of Hunger Why are people malnourished in the richest country on Earth?

Evolution of Diet Could eating like our ancestors make us healthier?

The Next Green Revolution Science prevented the last food crisis. Can it save us again?

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