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Shifting diets for a sustainable food future

Authors/ source/ publisher
World Resources Institute
Date added to library 26 April 2016
Year published
This working paper has been produced by the World Resources Institute. How can shifting diets—the type, combination, and quantity of foods people consume—contribute to a 
sustainable food future? Building on the United NationsFood and Agriculture Organization’s (FAO) food demand projections, the paper estimates that the world needs to close a 70 
percent “food gap” between the crop calories available in 2006 and expected calorie demand in 2050.