Sustainable Food

Resources for understanding issues facing the world's food supply

As the world’s population grows, what can be done to sustain the farmland, energy and water supplies needed to keep everyone fed? How can we address the fact that as much as 50 percent of food produced by farms goes to waste? Can we prevent food-borne illnesses that continue to threaten the global food supply? These are just some of the challenging questions facing a world whose population is expected to swell beyond 10 billion people later this century.

Introduction: Feeding the World - Global Issues in Food

Featuring John Floros, Dean of the College of Agriculture, Kansas State University

This video and the following resources highlight issues – and possible solutions – related to developing a sustainable and nutritious global food supply.


Keeping Food Fresh

Press Releases & Other Print
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Hunger and Malnutrition

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Nutrition-Related Conditions and Treatments

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Chemical & Engineering News
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Global Challenges/Chemistry Solutions Podcasts
Science Elements
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Over-Nutrition, Obesity and Weight

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Food Safety and Food-Borne Illness

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Pesticides and Fertilizers

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Engineering Taste in Food

Press Releases & Other Print
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Making More Nutritious Foods

Press Releases & Other Print
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Bytesize Audio Podcasts
Global Challenges/Chemistry Solutions Podcasts
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Agriculture and the Environment

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