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RN Breakfast: Global crop diversity

Marie Haga sits down with Gregg Borschmann, Environment Editor of RN Breakfast to discuss global crop diversity.

To feed an extra 2 billion people by 2050, the world needs to dramatically increase food production by an estimated 60 per cent. This huge challenge has to be met as global warming of more than two degrees cuts productivity of the world’s major food crops.

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