Spurring Sustainability: An Exploration of How Food Insecurity Forces Sustainable Metamorphosis
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This essay will explore the food schemes of two countries: Israel and Ethiopia. Potential environmental and political threats exist which may affect either of the two nations food production (or the production of the countries which supply their food). These threats will be applied and extrapolated on various scales in terms of food production losses, price adjustments, and food insecurity. Finally, potential repercussions will be considered. In order to do this, food data from multiple institutions and governments will be used in conjunction with scientific literature focused on climate change, environmental degradation, and resource scarcities that might affect food production. These two literatures will be fused to produce a qualitative examination of vulnerabilities for both Ethiopia and Israel’s food supply, access, and distribution.