Food and Popluation. How they effect one another

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Name: Tutor: Course: Date: Food and population and how they affect each other Fahrig and Merriam claim that in any habitat for a species to survive food is fundamental. Human beings are no exception and food is the most basic need that enhances our existence. Although humans comprise of the most adaptive species in any environment, they require food for growth and development. Currently, statistics indicate that the world population has exceeded 7 billion. The concern lately is if the world has the ability to feed its people and sustain them for generations to come. It is clear that the amount of food production has increased immensely over the years. Despite that, food sources that are renewable for example forests and water sources with fish are under pressure because they are getting over-exploited. (pp. 1762-1768) Research shows that food production has doubled from the 1960s to the present day, but still a large portion of the world's population goes hungry. Currently, it is estimated that more than 1.3 billion individuals go without food on a daily basis. The main reason for such circumstances is that the human population has enlarged more hastily than the production of food. Experts have claimed that there is an imbalance between population growth and the capability to generate enough food. The case is evident from the notion that population cannot rise without means of subsistence. According to Daily, because the resources available on earth are limited when the population increases it affects people tremendously. Farmers around the globe are finding the difficulty of maintaining a surplus of food that can sustain the number of human beings

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