|Pakistan Population and Food|
This exposé, using publicly available facts and figures, provides a compelling and cogent refutation of food shortage research by the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations. While mulling over the implications of population growth on the food situation, Sahibzada, a specialist in agriculture and a former senior civil servant, explains food production capacity and human requirements in clear and easy-to-understand language. The reader will become steadily convinced of Sahibzada’s counter-argument and perhaps surprised at the logical conclusion. Anyone researching and/or developing food and population policy will gain an appreciation, from this short book, of the real nature of food shortages.
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