Food Security

One Child Policy Won’t Keep China Fed

Marcus Roberts | 19 April 2013

According to researchers at Stanford University, the one-child policy does not ensure Chinese food security.

Our Expanding Population

Marcus Roberts | 21 June 2012

A report highlights the link between global obesity and pressures on food security.

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