Assuming that to be so, you may well be interested in examining two documents that have the potential to alter the direction our ‘food focus’ takes in the foreseeable future.
The National Food Plan (NFP) describes the framework Government strategy to meet the burgeoning demand for food production. The NFP suggests that globally, the demand for food will have increased 77% by 2050 over today’s food production levels. This document then goes on to explore the anticipated role Australia should have in exporting food (sometimes said to be the equivalent of exporting water concentrate).
If you are interested and can put aside the time, then visit the National Food Plan at the link provided below.
In the interest of an alternate approach and debate, Gene Ethics have developed their ‘People’s Food Plan (PFP) – a democratic counterpoint to the NFP.’ This document can be read here
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