The planet won’t be able to feed nine billion people. Lester Brown, founder of Worldwatch Institute and now head of the Earth Policy Institute in Washington, believes food shortages could cause a collapse of global civilization. People are living off natural capital, Brown argues, eroding soil and depleting groundwater faster than they can be replenished. This could affect food production. Unchecked population growth leads to famine and death.
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