With the advent of COVID-19, securing the world’s food supply has become even more critical. Planet Earth adds nearly 200,000 new mouths to feed every day. Yet our world is running out of cropland; land needed to produce food. We’ll add 2 billion more people by the year 2050, but we’re currently using our arable land and water 50 percent faster than the planet can sustain. At the same time, the crops farmers plant face an unprecedented set of obstacles due to increasingly challenging growing conditions driven by climate change.
How will we be able to grow enough food to meet world demand?
The objective is scheduling the planting date for each population to ensure the capacity constraints are met and that there is consistent harvest quantity.
18 - 24, 25 - 35, 36 - 60
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