Ensuring the Food Supply for the Future

I want you to elaborate about the challenges for the Topic: Ensuring the food supply for the future.

Please read the attached document which includes:

1. Instruction for the answer

2. Outline for the clarification of what i am writing about.

Should be at least 400 words.

TITLE: Ensuring Enough Food for the Future

 

Topic: How to ensure we maintain the food chain supply for future generations.

 

Purpose Statement: To provide achievable solutions for our future generations.

 

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The United Nations estimates suggest that we will need to produce 70 percent more food by 2050 to meet increased global demand. If we do not implement solutions to the problem of an ever-expanding population size then in the matter of one to two generations, your children, or grandchildren, will grow up in a world where food could be scarce or even unaffordable. We take these concerns seriously. There is no protection greater than that of parent, even if they are just planning to become parents. The commercial farming industry presents multiple challenges to overcome, unchecked these challenges will be like nothing we have seen before, but we intend to present reasonable, sustainable, solutions to the three major challenges we face with the innovation, the current market, and with people.

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1. Innovation – Pesticides and commercial farming

 

2. Markets – Companies that just want large profit margins and does not care about consumer health and future food supplies.

 

3. People – Buying groceries without any concern on the source or the process of the food cultivation and the consumption of too much meat.

 

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You can take the help of these articles:

https://www.canr.msu.edu/news/feeding-the-world-in-2050-and-beyond-part-1

https://foodprint.org/issues/how-industrial-agriculture-affects-our-soil/

https://www.wri.org/insights/how-sustainably-feed-10-billion-people-2050-21-charts

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Basic Information

Title: Ensuring Enough Food for the Future

Topic: How to ensure we maintain the food chain supply for future generations.

Purpose Statement: To provide achievable solutions for our future generations.

 

 

I. Introduction

A. Attention Getter: UN estimates suggest we will need to produce 70 percent more food by 2050 to meet increased global demand.

 

B. Audience Motivation Statement: If we cannot find a solution to this problem your children or grandchildren will grow up in a world where food is scarce.

 

C. Your Own Credibility Statement: This has been a personal concern for all of us since discovering the information available. This dilemma has created concern for bringing children into a world that may not have the resources to support life for everyone. Our research on this subject goes far beyond the 8 weeks or so of work going into this project. See the source image

 

D. Thesis Statement:

This paper will provide sustainable solutions for our generation, as well as future generations, to provide a future without famine. We will cover the issues of commercial farming, the issues with the current market, and lastly what we as individuals can do to make a difference. Instead of just point out the issues we will try to provide solutions to these problems.

 

II. Body

 

ENSURING THE FUTURE –SUBTOPICS

INNOVATION, MARKETS, PEOPLE

A. Challenges 

1. Innovation – Pesticides and commercial farming

 

2. Markets – Companies that just want large profit margins and does not care about consumer health and future food supplies.

 

3. People – Buying groceries without any concern on the source or the process of the food cultivation and the consumption of to much meat.

 

 

B. Solutions

1. Innovation – The technology to support sustainable farming.

2. Markets – Government incentives to grow more sustainably.

3. People – convincing people to buy stainable products, eat less meat, and consume less overall.

 

III. Conclusion

 

A. Closing verbiage

We do not want everyone to uproot their whole lifestyle and preference to make an effort to create the needed change, we just hope that we can all me a small part of it.

 

B. Restate thesis

Clearly there is trouble ahead regarding the future of our food chain. We know we can be the difference the world need, the difference our children need.

 

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