2018
DOI: 10.1590/1234-56781806-94790560201
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Crescimento da demanda mundial de alimentos e restrições do fator terra no Brasil

Abstract: Resumo Segundo a FAO (2015), cerca de 805 milhões de pessoas no mundo não têm comida suficiente para levar uma vida saudável e ativa. Também, de acordo com ONU (2012), a população mundial em 2024 será superior a 8 bilhões de pessoas e, em 2050, superior a 9,5 bilhões, exigindo maior oferta de alimentos. O crescimento populacional, o aumento no consumo per capita, na renda per capita e a expansão das cidades nas próximas décadas fazem mais presente o debate sobre a incapacidade de atender às novas necessidades … Show more

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“…The continuous growth of the world population increases the demand for food. As a result, it is urgent to reduce losses in the different stages of food production, especially losses resulting from the action of insects at either the production and/or storage [22] and [23]. Insect control techniques still largely use agrochemicals, which are quick solutions to increase production, but without taking into account the harmful effects of these substances on living organisms and the environment.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The continuous growth of the world population increases the demand for food. As a result, it is urgent to reduce losses in the different stages of food production, especially losses resulting from the action of insects at either the production and/or storage [22] and [23]. Insect control techniques still largely use agrochemicals, which are quick solutions to increase production, but without taking into account the harmful effects of these substances on living organisms and the environment.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In addition, a greater concentration of people in cities and an increase in per capita income will increase the demand for food by 70% (Bojanic, 2017). In this scenario, the optimistic expectation of agricultural production and productivity expansion (Saath and Fachinello, 2018), in contrast to the significant waste in post-harvest operations in developing countries (Kumar and Kalita, 2017), indicates the need to improve and expand the static capacity of grain warehouses, especially in Brazil (Patino et al, 2013), which has high rates of growth and acceleration for soybean production (Maranhã o et al, 2019;Garrett and Rausch, 2016).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…O aumento da população mundial em dimensões aceleradas tem ocasionado preocupações com a disponibilidade de alimentos, água e energia para suprir as demandas crescentes (Saath & Fachinello, 2018).…”
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