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新德里—1798年,英国经济学家托马斯·马尔萨斯(Thomas Malthus)做出了可怕的预测,如今,世界人口增加了近十倍,而生产的粮食足以养活这些人口。今天的脸是问题不是绝对稀缺,而是粮食分配的不公平和消费的不理性,以至于在两个极端都出现了广泛的营养不良:世界最贫困人群因为营养不足而死去或造成认知障碍,而其他人因为肥胖而面临死亡或疾病。



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