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South Africa is over-exploiting its freshwater resources and water could be a large constraint on the implementation of the National Development Plan.
Date
15/09/2014
This report describes the lessons learnt from cases of ‘sustainable intensification’ of agriculture, where farmers have increased food production on existing farmland without putting further pressure
Date
03/04/2014
China’s economic growth and process of urbanisation are bringing about profound changes to China’s agrifood sector.
Date
04/03/2014
Africa is now the world’s second fastest-growing continent.
Date
01/11/2013
How should Europe respond to the increased demands on our food and agriculture systems arising from global population growth, changing diets, and competing demands on agricultural land?
Date
01/11/2013
The nineteenth edition of the Agricultural Outlook, and the ninth prepared jointly with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), provides projections to 2022 for major agricu
Date
01/10/2013
Based on the general contention that the world is entering an intensified period of resource stress, the National Intelligence Council (NIC) asked Chatham House in July 2011 to conduct research to ide
Date
25/07/2013
This report uses three scenarios to investigate the possible response of world food prices, food production and trade to the projected increase in demand.
Date
06/03/2013
This paper depicts the medium to long term development prospects for the African livestock sector by reviewing data on the estimated consumption of animal-sourced foods and anticipated responses by pr
Date
01/03/2013
"This paper is a re-make of Chapters 1-3 of the Interim Report World Agriculture: towards 2030/2050 (FAO, 2006).
Date
01/06/2012

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