The world’s population is expected to increase by about three billion people between now and 2050, according to a new report by the U.S. Census Bureau.
It’s also forecast to grow at a faster pace than the global economy, which accounts for about 70 percent of the world’s economic output.
So what’s the best way to maximize the environmental and social benefits of agriculture?
Agriculture is an increasingly important part of a country’s economy, but for most people it’s not even mentioned.
The U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) estimates that agriculture accounts for roughly 40 percent of world agricultural production.
It is also responsible for about half of all human-related CO2 emissions, and nearly two-thirds of the food produced in the world.
As we grow food more widely and consume more meat, fish and dairy products, there is an urgent need for sustainable agriculture to become more widespread and widely available.
The FAO study identifies seven strategies to make agriculture more sustainable.
The first three are aimed at improving soil and water quality, improving the climate, and protecting water supplies.
The fourth strategy is the creation of “community-owned” agribusinesses, which are owned and operated by local communities, with a focus on local farmers and smallholder farmers.
The fifth strategy is a form of self-reliance: farmers have the option to self-distribute, meaning they own their own land and use it for their own consumption.
The sixth strategy is an effort to create more sustainable markets.
The seventh strategy is to develop new agribuses, a set of agribustrations that provide a wide range of goods and services to the communities that they serve.
The sixth strategy of sustainable agriculture is to increase the number of people who participate in the system.
The report defines this as a combination of increasing the number, quality, and variety of crops and livestock, increasing the production of food, and the use of biotechnology to enhance the soil and improve the food supply.
The study also highlights a variety of ways in which the global community can help to promote sustainability.