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by Sarah A. Cline,Ximing Cai,Mark W. Rosegrant

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Author: Sarah A. Cline,Ximing Cai,Mark W. Rosegrant
ISBN: 0896296466
Language: English
Pages: 348 pages
Publisher: International Food Policy Research Institute (2002)
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Mark W. Rosegrant Ximing Cai. and Sarah A. Cline.

Mark W. 9. Implications for the Future: Meeting the Challenge of Water Scarcity 197 Investment in Infrastructure and Water Supply 200 Water Management and Policy Reform 201 Crop Productivity and Rainfed Agriculture 205 Summary 206. References 209. Rosegrant, Ximing Cai, and Sarah A. Cline

Mark W. he world’s farmers will likely need to produce enough food to feed 8 billion people by 2025, and to do so they must have enough water to raise their crops. This brief is based on the book World Water and Food to 2025: Dealing with Scarcity and the food policy report Global Water Outlook to 2025: Averting an Impending Crisis, both by Mark W. Cline and jointly pub-lished by IFPRI and the International Water Management Institute (IWMI) in October 2002.

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World water and food to 2025: dealing with scarcity. MW Rosegrant, X Cai, SA Cline. Global food projections to 2020: emerging trends and alternative futures. MW Rosegrant, MS Paisner, S Meijer, J Witcover. Intl Food Policy Res Inst, 2002. Global food security: challenges and policies. MW Rosegrant, SA Cline. Science 302 (5652), 1917-1919, 2003.

Water for Agricul- ture: Maintaining Food Security under Growing Scarcity. Rosegrant, M. S. Tokgoz, and P. Bhandary. 090351 Rosegrant, M. E. Nkonya, and R. A. Valmonte-Santos. Food Security and Soil Water Management. Encyclopedia of Soil Science 1: 1–4. Future of the Global Food Economy. Global water outlook to 2025: averting an imending crisis. Integrated economichydrologic water modeling at the basin scale: The Maipo River basin. MW Rosegrant, C Ringler, DC McKinney, X Cai, A Keller, G Donoso. Agricultural economics 24 (1), 33-46, 2000.

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The world’s farmers will likely need to produce enough food to feed 8 billion people by 2025, and to do so they must have enough . policy responses to the threat of scarcity. Mark W. Rosegrant, Ximing Cai, Sarah A.

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Are we headed toward a worldwide water crisis? The increasing demand for water among households, industry, the environment, and especially agriculture is making global water scarcity a perilous possibility. What will happen to food production and global food security as water becomes increasingly scarce? What steps can we take to avert threats to global food supply, the environment, and the livelihoods of those lacking access to clean water? Using state-of-the-art computer modeling to show how water availability and demand are likely to evolve, World Water and Food to 2025 contends that if current water policies continue, so will high levels of food insecurity, environmental degradation, and water-related ill health. Further neglect of water issues could produce a genuine water crisis, which in turn could lead to a food crisis. By following the authors' recommendations, we can avoid these outcomes if we make fundamental policy changes now.