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Is global dietary change an effective strategy to curb climate change?
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    Climate change versus global food change
    • Ascendino Santos Souza, Geography teacher and independent researcher Municipal Secretariat of Education of Estância, Sergipe, Brazil

    The agricultural revolution we know today, had its emergence in the mid-17th century and continued well into the 19th century accelerated this improvement and contributed to a growth in population and improved health, mainly due to the green revolution of the 20th century. Food for a global population estimated at over 7 billion people and a potential growth to nearly 11 billion by the year 2100. James Bradfield et al., say that if greenhouse gas emissions continue along their current trajectory, vegetable and legume production could decline by 35% by 2100 due to water scarcity and expanded salinity. The latter pandemic of COVID-19, shows us the importance of adequate nutritional status and the creation of food supply chains in view of the supply chains. have been significantly disrupted due to the COVID-19 crisis, resulting in acute food insecurity.

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