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The Resilience Hub & Portland Maine Permaculture Message Board › So what’s the best way to feed 7 billion people?

So what’s the best way to feed 7 billion people?

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Post #: 138
David S.
Washington, ME
Post #: 981
Although I enjoyed the reading and the sentiment and agree with some of what he says, he frames this question around a paradigm that may be outmoded and require expansion. It's useful to realize that across the world 60-70% of people eat insects and other similar creatures. Such food sources are sustainable and require little or no human inputs/intervention. Then there is other foraging. If you really want to solve this problem you need to leave the garden sometimes.

David Spahr
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