Strategies for Ensuring Global Food Security: Addressing Challenges Directly and Indirectly

Authors

  • Deepak Kumar Pathak Dept. of Agril. Extension, Banda University of Agriculture and Technology (BUAT), Banda, Uttar Pradesh (210 001), India
  • Nirmal Chandra Dept. of Agril. Extension, Banda University of Agriculture and Technology (BUAT), Banda, Uttar Pradesh (210 001), India
  • Gaurav Mishra Dept. of Agril. Extension, Banda University of Agriculture and Technology (BUAT), Banda, Uttar Pradesh (210 001), India
  • Ashutosh Suryavanshi Dept. of Agril. Extension, Banda University of Agriculture and Technology (BUAT), Banda, Uttar Pradesh (210 001), India
  • Shailendra Kumar Mishra Dept. of Agril. Entomology, Banda University of Agriculture and Technology (BUAT), Banda, Uttar Pradesh (210 001), India

Keywords:

Economic development, Food security, Global stability, Zero hunger

Abstract

With the global population expected to reach 9.3 billion by 2050, securing enough food for everyone is an urgent priority. This abstract examines the multifaceted nature of food security, encompassing dimensions of availability, accessibility, affordability and utilization. It explores the direct and indirect causes of food insecurity, including factors such as agricultural productivity, climate change, poverty, conflict and inadequate infrastructure. The abstract highlights key strategies for enhancing food security, including crop diversification to bolster agricultural resilience and reducing food wastage to promote sustainability. It emphasizes the importance of a comprehensive, multi-sectoral approach integrating sustainable agriculture, resilient infrastructure and poverty alleviation programs.

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Published

2024-06-04

How to Cite

[1]
Pathak, D.K. et al. 2024. Strategies for Ensuring Global Food Security: Addressing Challenges Directly and Indirectly. Biotica Research Today. 6, 6 (Jun. 2024), 309–310.

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