August 2008
Future Times;2008, Vol. 3, p7
The article presents different reports on food issues in the world and in New Zealand as of 2008. Among the international issues cited in reports are the increasing demand for grain, effects of climate change on soil and plants, effects of overfishing of stocks of bluefin tuna, China's organic foods, and market-led agrarian reform. In New Zealand, there is a decline in honeybee production, the need for technologies for meat and wool producers, and the growth of green markets.


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