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I'm learning more about food shortage
right now, and in particular what i'm wondering about is: What will
happen in the future if food shortage continues to grow? I was
researching this question online, and this news item caught my
attention because i didn't even know queens had a food shortage till
now.

"The number of emergency meals provided to the city's hungry has jumped in every borough since 2006, with the Queens tally
topped only by that in the Bronx, which saw a 110% boost. In Brooklyn
the jump was 75% and in Manhattan 62%. The smallest increase was 29%
for Staten Island"

This quote i chose is basically saying that food shortage is going up and more people maybe poor. Soon the wh***
city my go hungry.

I think this is sad because people are gonna die and with people losing jobs soon there wont be anyone to donate
food. It makes me wonder why isn't this get better. Why are there food
shortages? why don't people just kill themselves to lower the
percentage?

Africa:
I'm learning more about food security right now, and in particular what I'm wondering about is: What is food
security like in Africa? I was researching this question online, and
this news item caught my attention because i was forced to read it for
class.

"Political instability, global poverty and health, the financial crisis, religious conflicts and climate change are all issues
that affect us and require long-term solutions to address
substantially."

The quote here is saying that there are a lot of issues but they take a long time to fix.

I think this is bad because it is a major issue and this might not be
fixed. It makes me wonder why the world is like this and if it will
ever be fixed.

Africa:

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Comment by Eric Taeil Kim on April 29, 2010 at 6:49pm
Good information gathering.

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