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“Feeding a world population of 10 billion people is possible – yet only if we change the way we eat, and the way we produce food, our research shows…”
Spacefood for cows: Industrial microbes could feed cattle, pigs and chicken with less damage to the environment
Deforestation, greenhouse gas emissions, biodiversity loss, nitrogen pollution – today’s agricultural feed cultivation for cattle, pigs and chicken comes with tremendous impacts for the environment and climate.
Food production has always shaped the lives of humans and the surface of the Earth. Be it plough or refrigerator, time and again innovations have transformed the ways we grow, process, and consume food over the last millennia.
Even a limited nuclear war could have dangerous effects far beyond the region that is fatally hit.
Almost half of current food production is harmful to our planet – causing biodiversity loss, ecosystem degradation and water stress.
Certain patterns in the jet stream encircling the Earth can bring simultaneous heatwaves to breadbasket regions responsible for up to a quarter of global food production.
Millions of tons of groceries from agriculture are transported to our cities all around the globe every day to feed its dwellers.