Global Havest – The 2011 GAP Report Features the latest comparison of the current rate of global agricultural productivity with the rate required to sustainably meet the needs of the more than nine billion people expected to inhabit the Earth by 2050, and four national-level case studies which highlight the impact of key policies on agricultural productivity….. >> Read More<<
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