New York Times: On the Coming Famines

While there have always been famines and warnings of famine, food experts generally agree that the situation now is substantially different. The problem is becoming so acute that every nation, institution, and every human being will ultimately be affected.New York Times, 1969, on writing about food shortages due to population growth

These food shortages have still not led to famine, even 50 years later with a growing worldwide population.

Famine and Population Growth: These food shortages have still not led to famine, even 50 years later with a growing worldwide population.

Food experts generally agree that the situation now is substantially different. The problem is becoming so acute that every nation, institution, and human being will ultimately be affected. — New York Times, 1969 Click To Tweet

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These food shortages have still not led to famine, even 50 years later with a growing worldwide population. #famine #FoodShortages Click To Tweet
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