Food demand and climate straining soils

A farmer runs her hand through dry dirt in a wheat field near Griffith, 400km (249miles) north of Melbourne, August 22, 2007. World food demand will surge this century with a leap in population, highlighting a need to protect soils under strain from climate change, experts said on Thursday. (Tim Wimborne/Reuters)Reuters – World food demand will surge this century with a leap in population, highlighting a need to protect soils under strain from climate change, experts said on Thursday.

Food demand and climate straining soils (Reuters)

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