Creating a Well-Rounded Food Revolution

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According to the issue, a rounded approach to a worldwide agricultural revolution must include locally grown food to improve food security. (Photo: Bernard Pollack)

(Photo: Bernard Pollack)

Check out the most recent issue of the journal Science, which takes a look at ways to improve food security as the world’s population is expected to top 9 billion by 2050. To best nourish both people and the planet, the journal suggests a rounded approach to a worldwide agricultural revolution by encouraging diets and policies that emphasize local and sustainable food production, along with the implementation of agricultural techniques that utilize biotechnology and ecologically friendly farming solutions.

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