Monday, June 30, 2008

Sites to Bookmark

National Geographic has a fantastic roundup of stories covering what they term as the world's worst food crisis in decades.

Leading the pack of stories today is a video about whether allowing misshapen fruits and vegetables into supermarkets can ease the world food-price crisis, as the European Union's farm chief has said.

Another excellent focus on this subject is being produced by the CBC radio show "The Current." The segment - called Diet for a Hungry Planet - looks at India in particular, a country where huge and rapid economic growth is contrasted against an acute food security situation.

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