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A Report on the issues surrounding the Green Revolution
The Green Revolution of the 1960s and 1970s, with its package of improved seeds, farm technology, better irrigation and chemical fertilizers, was highly successful at meeting its primary objective of increasing crop yields and food supplies. In Asia, where the Green Revolution package was the most widely adopted in areas of China and India, food production increased substantially in those decades but despite all this, famines and world starvation are still the norm in many parts of the world. Here one must ask a fundamental question, if there's more food being produced in the world then ever before, why is it that there's a continuing increase in poverty and starvation? The fact is that the revolutions leaders did not take into account the culture/geography of theses different nations, the expenses of this new technology, and the massive corporate abuses that where to occur in the development of biotech research.…
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