Cultural Geography

Dealing With Hazards

What revolution attempted to stop world hunger

Begun in the 1960s, the “Green Revolution” was an attempt by developed countries and such international organizations as the United Nations to transfer agricultural technology to less-developed countries. While the Green Revolution increased agricultural yields, it modified the ecology of traditional agricultural systems (such as through the use of chemical fertilizers) and has yet to cure world hunger.


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