Doubling food production to feed the 9 billion: A critical perspective on a key

Author: 
Isobel Tomlinson

Within the emergent international policy arena of food security, the imperative to double global food production by 2050 has become ubiquitous. This statistic, as well as a revised figure of a 70% increase by 2050, have been widely used by key individuals in the food policy arena and have come to play a significant role in framing current UK and international policy debates about food security and the future direction of global agriculture.

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