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2050: A World Without Meat

Catalogue Number:  A296-022
Producer:  RMC Films
Producing Agencies:  RMC films, RMC production, Thematic Production
Subject:  Agriculture, Canadian World Studies, Consumer Studies, Documentary, Environmental Studies, Family Studies/Home Economics, Global Issues, Global Studies, Health, Science, Social Issues, Social Sciences
Language:  English
Grade Level:  9 - 12, Post Secondary
Country Of Origin:  France
Copyright Year:  2021
Running Time:  52:23

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Earth hosts 8 billion human beings. 8 billion mouths to feed! But despite massive global agricultural production, despite the scientific progress, about 700 million human beings are starving. How can we find a solution to feed the 10 billion people who will populate the planet in 2050?

Producing enough food to feed an ever-growing population, while arable land is a limited resource, will become a vital issue over the next 30 years. We will have to make choices: what proteins will feed humanity? Are we going to choose a world where we consume more and more meat? Or are we heading for a future where the planet will change our diets?

Also available in French: 2050: Faudra-t-il vraiment se passer de viande

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