25 Feb '17, 12am

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Davy on Sat, 25th Feb 2017 6:47 am “It’s not that Africa has already outgrown its food supply. There is probably enough good land in Africa to feed twice the present population (though not four times as many people). Global warming is likely to damage the productivity of African agriculture quite badly in the long run, but that’s not happening yet. So why is there a famine problem now?” WTF did I just read? We have famine now because our entire civilization is in overshoot to what is sustainable and real per the natural. The rich of the global world out grew their food supply it is just they hold the last of the planets finite resources. They will likely not survive long “as-is”. Africa is a canary in the coal mine for what is ahead. The statement above about enough good land to feed twice the African population is more of the same thinking that has destroyed the planet. W...

Full article: http://peakoil.com/generalideas/famine-is-back

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