Saline Agriculture to Feed and Fuel the World Shortage of fresh water poses a much bigger threat to world food supply than the shortage of fossil fuels; cultivating salt-tolerant crops could solve both problems Dr. Mae-Wan Ho and Prof. Joe Cummins Fresh water in short supply and salinization widespread People …
This wise article by Allan Savory in 1991 went unheeded by the economics profession, just as so many others including my own!” – Hazel Henderson, editor Download the article.
CNN’s Isha Sesay talks to Seawater Foundation Chairman, Carl Hodges, about tackling the problem of rising seawater while providing food production. Watch the video.
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