The impact of organic farming on food security in a regional and global perspective.

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Following an overview of existing global food supply and security projections, this chapter examines under what circumstances and to what extent organic farming is a beneficial solution to food insecurity and low agricultural productivity. It also explores the possible consequences of a high percentage of organic farming in developed and developed countries for the medium- and long-term food supply seen in relation to global developments in food consumption and demography.