- Owen Sondergeld
- Pacifica, CA
- United States
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If producing more food is the issue, then wouldn't maintaining our population be the solution?
In Josette Sheeran's talk, she provides multiple solutions to end world hunger like better food delivery and more efficient methods of food production. What I don't understand is that she expects our population to be at 9 billion in the next 50 years.. It makes sense that as we approach or surpass the Earth's carrying capacity it would be more and more difficult to solve world hunger. Therefore my underlying question is why as a global community do we not control our obvious increasing population?