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The Twin Myths of Efficiency and Necessity


It is widely assumed that food production must increase by 70% to feed the growing world population and accordingly that further industrialisation of livestock production is essential. In fact a large increase in food production is not necessary. We already produce more than enough to feed the population of 9.6 billion expected by mid-century.

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