Food Security

What will we eat in 2030?

Markets will grow for both local 'real food' as well as nutritious 'convenience food' Image: REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke

Tim Benton

Professor of Population Ecology and UK Champion for Global Food Security, University of Leeds

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