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Demand for land to grow food, fuel crops and wood is set to outstrip supply, leading to the probable destruction of forests, a report warns.
The Rights and Resources Initiative (RRI) says only half of the extra land needed by 2030 is available without eating into tropical forested areas.
A companion report documents poor progress in reforming land ownership and governance in developing countries.
Originally posted by Maxmars
While I am in no way stating this as a matter of fact, it bears mentioning that the 'creation' of this perception is not entirely out of the realm of probability.
I suspect there will rightly be suspicion of globally coordinated market and food supply manipulation. I anticipate and welcome rebuttal to restore my faith that this is not another wealth draining scheme, or another 'fear' tool of the propaganda machine.