Very little of which actually gets 'chucked away'. Other uses are found for it, some being very very profitable such as pet food. Some less so, like bread going for cattle feed. Very very little gets wasted at this level. By far the greatest wastage is at the home storage and cooking stage.
in wikchapeada hes stated as being, amongst other things 'a farmer ' and also mentions that hes dismissive of renewables ,in fact, I'd consider in this instance he is a 'columnist'.
A journalist shouldn't be extrapolating, merely reporting.
Unfortunately it’s not worked out the way they thought it would i.e eastern Ukraine secedes to Russian control within days of the Russians moving in.He and Xi have said as much.
It's kicking off in Iran also with a sudden removal of subsidies on many foods including bread which has seen prices rise by up to 300% in a matter of days.The chaos that the Ukraine war and subsequent energy crisis has brought will likely lead to world war if it leads to a food crisis globally. What is happening in Sri Lanka may be just the starter for five, but let’s hope not.
Easily solved by allowing Iran to export gas and oil to Europe which it is offering to do. Thus increasing its income and allowing it to buy more expensive wheat which it can then subsidise reducing the risk of instability which threatens Israel and the west. All Geopolitical manoeuvring.it is friends with Putin and can get wheat from them easily and at no risk of sanctions because it's already under sanctions but by supplying oil and gas to the west it gets out of sanctions.It's kicking off in Iran also with a sudden removal of subsidies on many foods including bread which has seen prices rise by up to 300% in a matter of days.