We will be able to feed the future global populations. (The population is…
We will be able to feed the future global populations.
The population is increasing rapidly, and science will not be able to match the growth, and humanity will fall into a great famine.
The global population has doubled in 56 years - The population is estimated to reach 10 billion by 2050.
We can't even feed the whole world today, how can we ever feed more?
at least 1 in 10 people are in severe hunger and undernourishment - 40% of pre school children are estimated to be anemic due to hunger.
Not all land is suitable for agriculture, because some biomes are not suitable. when we run out of farming space, we will all starve
List a few biomes that are unsuitable for agriculture.
science has been evolving and innovating for as long as we know and has saved humanity from countless emergencies, we should be able to find a solution to hunger as well
Maybe say some of the greatest scientific breakthroughs in human history that support that we will be able to develop new ways to overcome lack of food.
The world population is yet increasing, however the growth rate is rapidly decreasing. The world populations may even start tot decrease, or at least become stable by the time feeding the world becomes a serious problem.
Graph of world population Reference specialists
Climate change will change the world in a way that increases agricultural land. Global warming will melt the ice in the
Frozen soils melt
we have limited resources. Many resources that are crucial to agriculture is depleting, such as phosphorus, coal and fossil fuels
Insert information and opinions from specialists
Humans have been able to survive through tough situations with the technology available at that time, we should be able to do that again
E.g. Black death, a particular example of overpopulation in ancient greece
Our food distribution system is corrupt. If we don't fix it, we will never be able to feed the world
1/3 of all food in developed countries wasted
50% of all people in developing countries stunted or malnutritious
100 million people die each year from hunger