global food security
At the current rate of overfishing, the entire continent of Africa might have to import its fish in the future.
The solution? Just get plant life to more efficiently photosynthesize.
This thousand-calorie frozen sugar bomb launched by a national burger chain—made with oreos and grasshoppers—may just be that missing mainstream link to make people comfortable with eating bugs.
A new report suggests that a clandestine cartel of fertilizer companies drove food prices so high that they precipitated a crisis that drove 44 million people into poverty.
Let’s hope that those who control the major sources of these emissions take this report as seriously as it deserves. Otherwise global food security, to the extent it exists today, will surely be a thing of the past.