Unraveling the causes of global hunger

07/24/2013 | CNBC

The world produces enough food to feed its population, but it isn't necessarily being used properly, experts say. "A lot of people aren't analyzing the situation correctly," said Sarah Lawrence College geography professor Joshua Muldavin. "We can deal with short-term food shortages after a disaster, but fixing long-term hunger gets ignored," he said, noting that the world has "two or three times" the required amount of food.

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