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Global Food Security

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The overall risk of food insecurity in many countries of strategic importance to the United States will increase during the next 10 years because of production, transport, and market disruptions to local food availability, declining purchasing power, and counterproductive government policies. Demographic shifts and constraints on key inputs will compound this risk. In some countries, declining food security will almost certainly contribute to social disruptions or large-scale political instability or conflict, amplifying global concerns about the availability of food.
Natural Resources, Agricultural Production and Natural Resources, United States, Resources (Food, Energy, Water, Biodiversity), Agrifood, Demographic Change
Country of publication: 
United States
Publication date: 
Friday, September 25, 2015
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