Global demand for food in 2030: How climate policy and bioenergy might change demand structure
Other conference contribution, 2012

Land use and greenhouse gas emissions must be considered of critical importance in any long-term assessment of the global food system. There are upcoming factors related to this which are likely to contribute to long-run changes in the structure of global food demand in relation to the current mainstream forecasts. It is here argued that the projections of food demand might need to be revised with these factors being taken into account.


Stefan Wirsenius

Chalmers, Energy and Environment, Physical Resource Theory

Kungl. Skogs- och Lantbruksakademiens Tidskrift

0023-5350 (ISSN)

4 22-25
978-91-86573-25-6 (ISBN)

Subject Categories

Other Earth and Related Environmental Sciences

Other Agricultural Sciences



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