August 2009
Future Times;2009, Vol. 3, p11
The article reports on the future of food globally including topics about food security, regional responses, fish business, farms and trees. It also discusses articles authored by L. Brown, in the May 2009 issue of "Scientific American," regarding food security, T. Orlik and S. Rozelle, in the November 2008 issue of "Far Eastern Economic Review," regarding regional responses and T. Pitcher et al in the February 15, 2009 issue of "Nature" regarding the fish business.


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