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Perspectives to 2050. Its contents were designed to interest both a technical audience and a wider range of professionals working around the world in areas related to agriculture, in both public and private institutions.

Perspectives to 2050. Download Full Report -10Mb. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Rome 2011. Part I: the global agriculture outlook. 1 - World food and agriculture to 2030/2050 revisited. Highlights and views four years later. 2 - World agriculture in a dynamically changing environment: IFPRI’s long-term outlook for food and agriculture.

How can climate change affect production possibilities and markets? Around these questions, in 2009, FAO organized a High-Level Expert Meeting on How to Feed the World in 2050

How can climate change affect production possibilities and markets? Around these questions, in 2009, FAO organized a High-Level Expert Meeting on How to Feed the World in 2050. Looking Ahead in World Food and Agriculture follows up on that initiative, by gathering updated versions of technical materials prepared for the occasion, along with further work. Looking Ahead in World Food and Agriculture seeks to sustain the debate on the future of the global agricultural and food economy

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Sort field for winners: Looking Ahead in World Food and Agriculture. Winner Description: ed. Food & Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, dist. by Bernan & Renouf. Winner Blurb: This collection of essays offers an assessment of where agriculture is headed and what must be done to meet the world’s food demands in the coming decades. Winner Image: Title of a book, article or other published item (this will display to the public): Looking Ahead in World Food and Agriculture: Perspectives to 2050. ISBN of the winning item: 9789251069035.

Piero Conforti, viii+539 pp. FAO. (2011) £7. 0. ISBN: 978-92-5-106903-5. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 09 August 2012.

ABSTRACT: This article reports on and analyzes long-term projections of world food requirements compared with observed 2000 data reported by the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization.

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In: Conforti P (ed) Looking ahead in world food and agriculture: perspectives to 2050. OECD (2009) Symposium on what future for the agriculture and food sector in an increasingly globalised world? 30–31 Mar 2009, Paris, FranceGoogle Scholar. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, RomeGoogle Scholar. Carle J, Holmgren P (2008) Wood from planted forests: a global outlook 2005–2030. For Prod J 58(12):6–18Google Scholar. OECD (2012) OECD environmental outlook to 2050: the consequences of inaction. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Scholar.

The resulting papers were later published as a book, Looking Ahead in World Food and Agriculture: Perspectives to. .

The resulting papers were later published as a book, Looking Ahead in World Food and Agriculture: Perspectives to 2050 (Conforti 2011). As the FAOs Conforti notes in his introduction to the collection of studies, catching up is not a necessary outcome, especially if institutions and investment are not adequate" (Conforti 2011, p. 5). GDAE Working Paper No. 13-04: Can We Feed the World in 2050?

Looking ahead in world food and agriculture: perspectives to 2050.

Looking ahead in world food and agriculture: perspectives to 2050.

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Are you sure you want to remove Looking ahead in world food and agriculture from your list? Looking ahead in world food and agriculture. Published 2011 by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United nations in Rome. Forecasting, Food supply, Agricultural productivity.

Are the natural resources available sufficient to feed a growing population? What are the priority areas where investment and research should be directed? How may the use of agricultural products in biofuel production affect markets? How can climate change affect production possibilities and markets? Around these questions, in 2009, FAO organized a High-Level Expert Meeting on How to Feed the World in 2050. This volume follows up on that initiative, by gathering updated versions of technical materials prepared for the occasion, along with further work. The book seeks to sustain the debate on the future of the global agricultural and food economy. Its contents were designed to interest both a technical audience and a wider range of professionals working around the world in areas related to agriculture, in both public and private institutions.