Sushil Pandey, Derek Byerlee, David Dawe, Achim Dobermann, Samarendu Mohanty, Scott Rozelle, Bill Hardy
The past decade has seen many changes that will shape the way food will be produced in the future. Rapid economic progress, especially in Asia, has led to rising wages and more diversified diets. The weather has always had important effects on production, but climate change may lead to particularly profound impacts. The food economy is now more integrated with other sectors of the global economy, including both energy and financial markets.