If it is to have enough affordable food for its population in the second half of this century, it will need to make sure the world grows food for 9 billion people. Its answer is technology.
A new report out today sounds the alarm regarding surging levels of acute hunger. Some 124 million people in 51 countries were affected by acute food insecurity during 2017 — 11 million more people than the year before — according to the latest edition of the Global Report on Food Crises. […]Read More »
Last month, the U.S. issued a statement it would be putting 30 percent tariffs on solar panels and washing machines imported from China. Less than two weeks later after the announcement, China is fighting back. Read moreRead More »