On a personal level, it's easy: help the rest of the planet accommodate by eating locally grown foods, eating less meat, and wasting less food. On a broader level, though, it will be important for farming to adapt. This means that farming will have to become more efficient and resources will have to be used more wisely.
While those are broad-spectrum issues, we think that employing them in our own food routines will do some good to help feed this burgeoning population.
What do you think? Does the population growth make you think differently about your food habits, and do you think changing personal habits can help affect change worldwide?
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