13 Resolutions to Improve the World’s Food Supply

Students eat during a supplemental feeding program at a day care center in Manila, the Philippines. The new year should mark new efforts to improve the quality of the world's food supply, say Danielle Nierenberg and Ellen Gustafson, the co-founders of Food Tank.Cheryl Ravelo/Reuters/File

Students eat during a supplemental feeding program at a day care center in Manila, the Philippines. The new year should mark new efforts to improve the quality of the world’s food supply, say Danielle Nierenberg and Ellen Gustafson, the co-founders of Food Tank.
Cheryl Ravelo/Reuters/File

One of the biggest challenges we will be facing in the years to come is providing enough food for the world’s growing population. The Christian Science Monitor has a great overview of some of the solutions already in the works. Check it out!

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