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CNBC has a fascinating story about "a growing group of global leaders who are making it their business to confront the dramatic growth of the world's population, estimated to exceed 9 billion by 2050, which would require raising overall food production by at least 70 percent," which would place "a huge burden on the planet's livestock, land, water and other resources."

This movement is claiming a large audience among technologists and venture capitalists who see this as an enormous opportunity to disrupt an entrenched and aging industry with a new approach that, while not without challenges, can potentially change the world.

You can read the entire story here.
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