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The capacity of the world’s environments to sustainably feed the projected future population to achieve food security for Australia and the world. The challenges to food production, including land and water degradation, shortage of fresh water, competing land uses, and climate change, for Australia and other areas of the world.
Geography > Levels 9 and 10 > Geographical Knowledge > Biomes and food security > VCGGK134
Environmental, economic and technological factors that influence crop yields in Australia and across the world
The interconnection between food production and land and water degradation; shortage of fresh water; competing land uses; and climate change, for Australia and other areas of the world
Human alteration of biomes to produce food, industrial materials and fibres, and the environmental effects of these alterations
Challenges in feeding the current and projected populations of Australia and the world, and responses to these challenges
Population Growth, Globalisation, Development, Food Security, Food Crisis, Population