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GTAP Resource #4904

"A Balanced Global Food Demand and Supply in 2050: How can we meet the challenge?"
by Brockmeier, Martina, Soren Frandsen, Mira Frommknecht, Vladimir Korovin, Ryan Gorman and Kirsten Boysen-Urban

Poverty and hunger remain enormous problems in spite of a remarkable progress in the performance of the global food system over the last 50 years. Still among 1 billion people around the world are hungry and 1 billion people live on just $1.25 per day. This challenge of global food security and the risk of a rising global food wedge between human needs and global food production is in spite of technological advances expected to increase significantly towards 2050 – unless significant changes in present food demand trends food production pattern and productivity and overall productivity and capacity of the world food system do take place in the coming years. Will the world actually be able to meet the global food challenge in 2050?

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Category: 2016 Conference Paper
Status: Published
By/In: Presented at the 19th Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis, Washington DC, USA
Date: 2016
Created: Korovin, V. (4/8/2016)
Updated: Korovin, V. (4/8/2016)
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- Baseline development
- Model validation and sensitivity analysis
- Food prices and food security
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