Hungry from an economic perspective
If man really wants to survive and remain a master among other living beings, as a master of his natural environment, he must be fully aware of what planet he lives on.
However, many peoples and nations have become both valuable, unique and curious information about multiple aspects of the planet's surface conditions, more than they have on the destruction that will happen to the Earth. As a result of the population explosion and the steady growth of life on it.
The realization that there are a billion or two billion pollution living on the planet without enough food for them would be surprising, questionable and startling. Also how there are ten or twenty million people, mostly children, who die of starvation every year, according to some conservative statistics, at a time when many farmers are heading under the guidance of their governments, and under the influence of modern civilization by reducing the cultivated areas of food crops. Isn't that surprising and painful?!.
How many peoples are fully aware of how their spoiled animals enjoy better food than hundreds of millions of people?!.
Dr. Mohamed Abdel Rahman Al-shernoubi in his book "Man and the Environment": In the West we are called countries of hunger and the West calls our "hungry" members !!.
The world's poor today are in an unprecedented state. They know what the rich world enjoys. The media, from newspapers, cinema, radio, television and satellite channels, as well as the Internet and the terrible world of computers, have conveyed to the hungry world the ways of living in developed and luxurious countries.
He has seen all this, the underdeveloped world, the state of cars, skyscrapers, airplanes, submarines, ships, communications, communications, entertainment and bliss.
Of course, the people of this world look forward to sharing the rich world in their life of luxury. They are looking forward to what Stevenson called rising hopes or expectations.
The chronology of famine, i.e. the study of the history, evaluation and sequence of the most important famines that have befallen humanity is important.
It is not easy to have a proper history of all these famines, but limiting what was influential is somewhat possible.
Famine has contributed significantly to high mortality rates even after the agricultural revolution, as well as floods, wars, epidemics and many other causes, causing the population to be Emaciation. Severe weakness, Anemia, exhaustion and deterioration in severe effects are based on hunger, whatever the cause.
George Borgstrom wrote at the end of the 1960s that about 450 million of the world's population enjoyed the hard ness of living and food, compared to 2,400 million people suffering from either lake or malnutrition.
Now more than 60% of the world's population is malnourished in scientific terms, i.e. a lack of one or more basic elements of food, especially proteins.
These statements, figures and many others that we have read and heard in recent times mean that more than 1.5 billion of the world's population is either undernourished or malnourished.
Other estimates indicate that the number of hungry people is more than 2 billion,
about half a billion of them either suffer from chronic hunger or die of starvation.
These numbers do not, of course, include millions of other malnourished middle-class people in developed countries. Or who can get good food. But they do not do because they are ignorant of the basic nutrients needed for them.
In the face of these large numbers of hunger-starving people, we do not find a voice that rises from the tragedy that the world is experiencing to the extent necessary or appropriate to the scale of this tragedy, but there are those who claim that this is normal, Humanity has always gone through crises and famines, so what has changed so that the cries of fear rise.
In fact, the contemporary attitude of the lack of food in the world has never happened before, and underestimating or mitigating it is a modern crime that history will not forgive for our generations in our numbers. On the one hand, and with the pollutants of our environment on the other.
Unfortunately, the causes of the poor distribution of food in the world are due to several overlapping factors, including what is economic, including social, poverty, ignorance, traditional methods of production, customs and traditions, and underdevelopment. Transportation is one of the root causes of the poor distribution of food between the world's population and regions.
The food problem lies in the lack of food diversity and the fact that customs and traditions are not related to population growth, nor epidemics, droughts or famine-causing floods. Usually sudden.
Malnutrition, known as hidden hunger, is no less effective than the apparent hunger that natural disasters usually cause.
Famine has contributed to raising death rates even after the agricultural revolution, as i have already indicated. Until this century, famine continues to kill millions of people. It's a scary fact.
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