World Hunger isn’t caused by overpopulation

Many people believe hunger around the world is caused by overpopulation and that if there were less people in the world, everyone would have food. But that isn’t true. According to studies in recent years, the world produces enough or even more food for everyone in the world to be well fed, but other factors come into place that cause hunger. Maybe we should stop focusing on overpopulation as a problem and address the real causes of world hunger like wars, lack of infrastructure, lack of adequate transportation, and poverty. Think about it.

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