Environmental Impact on Food Production & Consumption


Food production, for example, contributes to climate change, natural disasters, resource degradation, and biodiversity loss. It also represents a significant loss of natural resources, such as nutrients, land area, electricity, and water. In several nations, environmental imbalance contributes to the depletion of natural resources as a result of human activities that have a direct effect on agriculture. Fertilizer use has declined significantly over the last few decades as farming methods have progressed. To minimise the nutrient loading due to manufacturing, the global government, academics, scientists, and universities are developing new solutions for improving production processes, optimising the benefits of recycling, reusing by-products, and minimising waste. The government's goal is to find ways to mitigate the effects of the environment and climate on food production.



 



 


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