Jonathan Foley, researcher and author of National Geographic magazine’s May 2014 cover story, “A Five-Step Plan to Feed the World,” explains how we can “fix” food.
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At National Geographic's Future of Food forum on May 2, 2014, leading experts gathered to discuss how we can feed a global population set to top nine billion by 2050.
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