Innovation is driving changes to global food production

Innovations in food production are seen as increasingly critical in light of forecasts that the world's population will top 9 billion by 2050, some 70% of whom will live in cities. Many changes -- including sack gardens in Kenya and initiatives to help rural Indians gain title to their land -- are already being tested.

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