The story of our planet is a fascinating one, one of many that will unfold over the coming years.
In a sense, the story of the planet we live on began as a result of the construction of the pyramids, as well as the invention of agriculture.
As we know, our own ancestors lived on the same planet as we do.
We are part of the same biological family.
And now we are going to see an entire planet, a whole ecosystem, being built out of the bones of those early people.
And we are only the beginning.
But for now, it’s about how we’re going to grow our food, feed our population, and then turn our attention to other parts of the globe.
And what do you mean “other parts of?”
Well, the Earth has been a hotspot of agricultural activity for thousands of years.
The earliest known farming societies were in Africa, and they were using the seeds and plant material from the Amazon rainforest as fertilizer, and as a source of protein.
In the 19th century, the Dutch introduced a system of crop rotation that allowed them to feed the world’s grain hungry people for decades at a time.
The same system is still used today.
So, to put this in perspective, the entire population of the world would be consuming as much as 20 percent of the global grain supply today if we had the same technology, if we were using a fraction of the farmland.
How do we do that?
Well, first of all, we have to figure out how to grow crops.
If we grow our crops, we can grow our people, we’ll be able to feed everyone.
And by the time we’re done, we won’t have to feed anybody at all.
This is the goal of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).
The agency’s director general, Margaret Chan, said in a recent interview that if we can get the global population under 1 billion by 2050, the world will feed itself and all the other people on the planet in a matter of decades.
That’s a lot of people.
The FAO says we have just 50 to 70 percent of that available land.
And as we grow in population, so will the world.
So, how do we get there?
First of all we have two big challenges.
First of all is climate change.
We have a very hot, dry, arid world.
We’re seeing an increase in drought in many parts of Africa, particularly in the arid parts of South America and parts of Asia.
Then we have a third challenge: the fact that we have this enormous population.
That’s a huge problem.
In a few decades, the population of Africa is expected to reach 4 billion people.
It’s going to be a massive challenge to keep the planet livable.
So it’s not just about the population; it’s also about managing the resources.
So how do you manage the resources?
First, we need to reduce our carbon footprint.
And that is by reducing the number of people we have.
In the United States, we’ve reduced the carbon footprint by about 30 percent since 2000.
We’ve reduced emissions by about 60 percent, which is a very big reduction.
And it has a lot to do with the fact we’ve cut back on fossil fuel use and energy consumption.
And so, if the population is reduced, we are reducing carbon emissions.
And this is important because we are seeing that with the population decline, that the climate is getting warmer, that we are getting drier, and that it’s getting hotter.
And in some cases, we may even have to go a little bit further than that.
The problem with that is that we may not be able or willing to reduce the emissions we’re putting in the air.
And if you think about that for a second, you’ll realize that you could be living in the middle of the Sahara desert right now, without electricity or gas, and you wouldn’t be able do anything about it.
So the other challenge is that the world population is getting older.
And the more elderly people you have, the more likely that they are to get sick, and the more people you are having to take care of in that situation.
So you’ve got a lot going on, and we need a lot more of it.
And there are a number of different strategies that can be used to do that.
So one is to develop health care, but that’s not going to happen overnight.
It will take a long time.
And another is to get rid of waste, and I’m not talking about that kind of thing that we’ve been talking about for so long, but the kind of stuff that is so big and so destructive, the sort of stuff we have at our disposal today.
That stuff is just not going anywhere.
We need to turn that around.
So what does this all mean?
The problem is, we’re