Sustainable Model of Intensive Agriculture

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It is widely accepted that global food production will have to increase
dramatically over the coming decades to meet the needs of growing
populations and developing economies, and that this will be increasingly
difficult as we feel the effects of climate change. Intensive agriculture
is currently unsustainable so a different path is needed. Sustainable
intensification is heralded as the saviour of agriculture but what
does it mean in practice? This paper sets out a model that combines
the lessons of history with the benefits of modern biotechnology, to
redesign sustainability in intensive agriculture.

Find out more: Sustainable Model of Intensive Agriculture

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