◎影片剧情： The Future of Food In the past year, we have seen food riots and soaring food inflation on three continents. Experts predict that by 2050, if the situation is not good; If left unchanged, we will see large-scale famines around the world. In this movie, George Aragi travels the world in search of solutions to the increasingly severe global food crisis. From two women dedicated to making Yorkshire towns self-sufficient, to a scholar claiming that bringing lamb from New Zealand would be better for the environment, George Alagiah met those who believed they knew how to feed the world as demand doubled by the mid-century. George joined the ranks of Marseille chiefs and became one of the skeletons of hundreds of cows he had lost due to climate change. This British farmer told him why food production in Britain had also been hit. He spent a day eating with the Cuban family to understand how the future oil crisis could lead to significant dietary adjustments. He visited a granary in India and met with a farmer who is currently working hard to irrigate his land. As the groundwater level drops, he discovered why obesity is getting out of control in Mexico. Returning to England, George investigates people's issues; Research has found that the UK imports 3000 liters of water per person per day. He had conversations with top nutritionist Susan Jebb, DEFRA Secretary Hillary Ben, and Nobel laureate Rajendra Pachauri to reveal the future of our food. [Senegal] George went to India to learn about how the constantly changing diets in developing countries are putting pressure on the world; Food resources are limited. He discovered the impact of using crops to produce fuel on food supply across continents. Then, George met a farmer in Kent who was working hard to sell fruits for profit, and a British farmer in Kenya who was transporting tons of vegetables to our supermarket shelves. He also studied why so many people still die from hunger after decades of food aid. Returning to the UK, George challenged decision-makers with the facts he discovered - from Duncan Green, the head of research at Oxfam, to Sainsbury; Our boss, Justin King. He discovered why British beef can provide a model for future meat production, and how our demand for fish deprives the world; The ocean of s is bare. In the final episode, George Alagiah travels to Havana to learn how they grow half of their fruits and vegetables in the city center; Land plunder; This trend - wealthy countries leasing or purchasing land used by impoverished African farmers - and meeting with Indian agronomists, whose yields have almost doubled in a decade. George discovered how our country uses cutting-edge science to prolong the season - recycling our food waste and even growing lettuce in fish tanks to ensure the food on our plates. He heard the debate about genetically modified foods and researched more futuristic solutions to deliver the food to our plates.