Food Security

In 10 years, the world may not be able to feed itself

A shopper walks past empty shelves, which would normally be stocked with water, at a supermarket ahead of Hurricane Irma making landfall in Kissimmee, Florida, September 9, 2017.  REUTERS/Gregg Newton - RC13E8219000

With the world's population increasing rapidly, we could be facing a 214 trillion calorie deficit by 2027. Image: REUTERS/Gregg Newton

Abdi Latif Dahir
Editorial Intern, Quartz Africa
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