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In 2007, an increase in world food prices led to a global ...
Study looks at how land acquisitions affect climate change – Phys.org
Credit: CC0 Public Domain In 2007, an increase in world food prices led to a global rush for land in the form of land grabs or large-scale land acquisitions. Over the last two decades, such acquisitions have resulted in millions of hectares of land changing hands in developing nations. Although such changeover can increase the cultivation of crops needed to feed the world's growing population and spark new agricultural practices and technologies, it can also lead to environmental degradation, increased