Interactive Map on Global Food

The Guardian, a UK based newspaper, has released an interactive report on the key causes of a global food crisis.


“Climate change, changing diets, rising food prices and a growing global population have pushed food security to the top of the international agenda. But why is food getting more expensive? Who really controls the global food trade? And can we feed our growing population? Each of the nine geographical areas highlighted illustrates one aspect of the food crisis”.


Check out this website for videos, audio clips, news stories, and more for how places from Chicago to Rome play a role.

~ by Kate on June 9, 2011.

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