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The host of the conference - the UN's Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) - has warned the industrialised countries that unless they increase yields, eliminate barriers and move food to where it is needed most, a global catastrophe could result.
The FAO is calling for $1.7bn of emergency funding to tackle the shortage in production.
The recent crisis is believed to have pushed 100 million people into hunger worldwide.
As a precognitive psychic it is my duty to say that up to 1/2 of the worlds present population level will be gone from starvation and unclean drinking water by 2100 unless extreme action is taken during the next 75 years.
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