However, biodiversity is vital for sustainable development because every livestock and crops are completing the food chain. The vanishing species, caused by subsidy on corn, provoke the imbalance of ecosystem and environmental crisis, like global warming. Eventually, it affects the whole city, or even the
‘Agricultural pollution’ is an umbrella term used to describe the sources of wastes, emissions, and discharges arising from farming activities, and includes, but is not limited to: livestock and livestock manure, poultry litter, chemical fertilizers, chemical pesticides, sediment, agro-chemicals, organic containments, heavy metals, and general farm procedures. This form of pollution greatly affects bodies of water across the globe. According to 2015 estimates from the Bay Program, “agriculture contributes 42 percent of the nitrogen, 55 percent of the phosphorus and 60 percent of the sediment entering the Bay,” making it the largest source of sediment and nutrient pollution in the Chesapeake Bay. Nitrogen and phosphorus are the two most common
This affected the wealth of the economies specifically by the exchange of the ideas of growing crops and the swapping of animals. The colonies in the New World became efficient producers of some Old World transplants like: sugar, coffee, and wheat. They also struck an interest in animals such as: horses, pigs, cattle, and chickens. While the Old World learned how to grow potatoes, maize, and tobacco. The exchange of the animals inspired new methods of farming, and both the Old and New World seemed to be able to support their colonies with their knowledge of new crops.
There was an increase wealth in farmer class. At the early period, there is a dramatic expansion of farmland and increase in population due to the irrigation projects that government carried out and the invention of new farming tools. There were guidebooks published to teach farmers how to produce crops more efficiently. Farmers began to sell their surplus to market. There was also a class of wealthy merchants with considerable capital came into existence due to vibrant commercial activities at the late Edo period due to the expansion of commerce and the growing productivity of agriculture.
The Green Revolution was the introduction of new crops and new agricultural technologies. It is called a revolution because of the extensive effect it had worldwide. It was caused by the need for improvement of overall living conditions. It brought about both positive and negative changes to society. It brought an increase in food supply, changes in lifestyle, and changes of the treatment of the planet.
There are four types of social responsibilities and Monsanto using all of them in their company. These responsibilities can be arranged in a pyramid, with basic responsibilities closer to the bottom. Monsanto's economic responsibilities are making a profit mainly and staying committed to developing the technologies that enable farmers to produce more crops while conserving more of the natural resources that are essential to their success. Monsanto dominates the agricultural biotechnology industry, whose audacious mission is to transform the genetic composition of the world's food supply. More than 80% of the soybeans and cotton harvested in this country now have at least one patented by Monsanto genes (Fortune).
Another device that was also created and was a massive upgrade in agriculture was the seed drill that was create by Jethro Tull in the 18th century.The seed drill was a machine than plants drills in rows then covers them, which makes it simpler for the farmers. These agricultural effects created an immense impact that strongly spread throughout
The agricultural revolution paved a path for the industrial revolution to take place. After 1700, people approached the same task, but in a different manner. Making it easier to feed the population, benefit from profitable trading, and the little drastic changes. Technologies, livestock, and global economy evolved throughout the years. Corn and potatoes grew to become staple crops of Britain.
Natural and organic brands, as well, as small labels buying from local farms, have become an essential part of the consumer lifestyle (Tarkan, 2015). With the increase in health awareness across the globe it has resulted in an increase in demand for nutritious and trans-fat free products (Tarkan, 2015). Growing the company’s baby food market can present another opportunity KHC can strategize to remain an industry leader. With the increase in incomes and changing lifestyle, the baby food market is growing around the globe. The global baby food market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 8% till 2019 (Markets, 2017).
One of the impacts of this growing population is an increase in land usage for settlement purposes. This means farmers will have to feed more people with less land. Economic development will also help increase the demand for food products. The biggest challenge facing farmers is to double their production with limited resources. Economic sustainability is an important aspect of sustainable agriculture.