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The Future of Food by National Geographic

The Future of Food is a National Geographic exhibition in Rome, Italy, exploring the main challenges associated with the future of food: the impact of agriculture and livestock breeding on climate, habitats and forests, the wasting of food and the new face of hunger, as well as the next green revolution. Hosted at Palazzo delle Esposizioni until 15th March 2015, the exhibition displays over 90 photographs taken throughout the world by the magazine's leading professionals.

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Brooklyn, New York, USA | Ashley Gilbertson

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Brooklyn, New York, USA | Ashley Gilbertson

Brooklyn, New York, USA
Left: Only recently military authorities have understood the importance of field rations, which have become more delicious, nutritious, and diverse. Clockwise from top left, a U.S. ration, a Russian ration, an Italian ration, a Japanese ration and an Australian ration.

Right: In Afghanistan one French field ration used to be worth six U.S. meals in a swap. Now, thanks to a much improved U.S. menu, that’s reversed. Contents vary by country, but nutrition and nostalgia are universal. Clockwise from top left, a U.S. ration, a Russian ration, an Italian ration, a Japanese ration and an Australian ration.

The Future of Food is a National Geographic exhibition in Rome, Italy, exploring the main challenges associated with the future of food: the impact of agriculture and livestock breeding on climate, habitats and forests, the wasting of food and the new face of hunger, as well as the next green revolution. Hosted at Palazzo delle Esposizioni until 15th March 2015, the exhibition displays over 90 photographs taken throughout the world by the magazine's leading professionals.
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