- United Nations and World Bank Predict Increased Global Starvation Due to Fertilizer and Farm Costs
It’s easy to ignore the United Nations and World Bank pontificators as Über-leftists and global climate change fanatics. However, of value to us ordinary peeps, is a recognition that U.N and WB outlooks permeate the World Economic Forum and Davos groups.
The multinational corporations and quasi-governmental entities in/around the World Economic Forum (WEF) are the people who call themselves “elites” and shape global policy. As a result, when the U.N. and Word Bank start talking about widespread global famine as a result of energy policy impacts to the farming industry, specifically natural gas costs and fertilizer resulting in lower crop yields, it is worth paying attention.
We have already discussed the U.S. impact from higher fertilizer costs HERE. As a nation we are blessed and fortunate to be living on land that is naturally healthy and fertile enough to grow food in abundance. However, if our crop yields drop our export ability diminishes. The world relies on the U.S. as a food basket. You might have recently heard about foreign countries buying up U.S. farmland? Well….