Monday September 7, 2009 | Global Food Supply

September 3, 2009 at 2:14 pm | Posted in Coming Up | 6 Comments

Increasing population, scarcity of water, and climate change are all adding up to what many scientists view as a global food crisis. We’ll talk about the worldwide challenge of growing the food to feed the world and some possible solutions.
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Dr. Greg Pillar
– Asst. Professor, Science and Chemistry at Queens University of Charlotte
Since this is an encore presentation, we won’t be able to take your phone calls.

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  4. Ugh! I’m glad Mike is asking about the Monsantos of the world. I know this is a rebroadcast, but this is exactly what I was wondering about with the Agriburb show you had on last week. This is also why I’m trying to figure out more information on the American Farmland Trust. I cna’t figure out from their website if they’re for the small local farmer, or the gigantic ConAgras. I get differing opinions at our many local markerts.

  5. This was a fantastic re-broadcast – I would love to hear ALL STORIES related to this. As a wife, mother and woman I have recently become fascinated with all things healthy and ethical and this falls right into the top three of my concerns!! Thank you for airing this. We want MORE OF IT!!

    Knowledge is power, no? He who controls the food, controls the people. Let’s control our own food!

  6. An excellent interview, which touches on issues and influences putting stress on our planet, and our food supply. Dr. Pillar, do you have a site that shows your recent research findings?


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