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Why Food Riots Are Likely to Become the New Normal

Yasha Wallin

The link between intensifying inequality, debt, climate change, fossil fuel dependency and the global food crisis is now undeniable. As population and industrial growth continue, the food crisis will only get worse. If we don't do something about it, according to an astounding new Royal Society paper, we may face the prospect of civilizational collapse within this century.

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