Food Security: Cities As Part of the Solution and Not the Problem
AbstractAs the world becomes increasingly urban, food demand will come mainly from people living in cities while there will be fewer rural farmers producing food on less land with less water. Cities can play a bigger role in food security. But to accomplish this requires new thinking and new policies by policy makers and politicians, and new technologies from R and D by scientists. [NTS Comentary No. 142/2012]. URL:[http://www.rsis.edu.sg/publications/Perspective/RSIS1422012.pdf].
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FOOD SECURITY; cities; urban; food demand; politicians; R and D; R&D; food riots;
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