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Agricultural sciences and the world food supply.
|Series||Miscellaneous papers, 3|
|LC Classifications||S439 A38|
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|Number of Pages||111|
Global agriculture and food production face a series of challenges over the next few decades. These challenges include growing food in a way that minimizes the environmental footprint of both plant and animal agriculture; producing renewable bioenergy to address the anthropogenic impacts of climate change (FAO ); producing safe, animal welfare-friendly, and nutritious food in .
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