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The gourmet and the future

The green shift in agriculture is on the way. Soon the cells from one cow can produce 175 millions of burgers, and the farms will direct the machinery from the tablet. 

There was a great deal of attention when the acclaimed British medical journal The Lancet in April 2016 published the latest figures for the world's obesity. More than one in eight adults now suffer from obesity – twice as many as in 1975. The islands of Polynesia and Micronesia are at the top. Then follow English-language high-income countries such as the United States and the United Kingdom.

The development is going in the same direction here at home. About two thirds of the adult Norwegian population is overweight, and around 22–23 percent. . .

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Andrew Kroglund
Kroglund is a critic and writer. Also Secretary General of BKA (Grandparents' Climate Action).

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