Population, Poverty, Production, Food Security, Food Sovereignty, Biotechnology and Sustainable Development: Challenges for the XXI Century

Millán M. MORENO, Sevilla E. Guzmán, S. E. Demyda

Abstract


In the fight to eliminate poverty in the world is fundamental unity of all forces involved in it, from the national and supranational organizations, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) till the people themselves. This can be achieved the full right to food and food security. But do not forget an essential component, food sovereignty. So everyone must to have at all times, physical and economic access to sufficient food in quantity and quality, to have a healthy life. But it is clear that in our globalized world are happening events such as the specialization of production by regions, imports of agricultural products at prices below cost of production in the importing country and public aids that allow rich countries exported at prices below their production costs, which has been ruining the food sovereignty of all regions and particularly regions of developing countries. We discuss how to fit some of the variables which are involved in achieving the goal of eliminating hunger in the world, and highlights the difficulties of all kinds, political, social or economic.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15835/buasvmcn-vm:1:68:6771


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