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Content description VCGGK138

Geography / Levels 9 and 10 / Geographical Knowledge / Biomes and food security
Content description
Challenges in feeding the current and projected populations of Australia and the world, and responses to these challenges
  1. examining the effects of anticipated future population growth on global food production and security, and its implications for agriculture and agricultural innovation
  2. researching the potential of agricultural production in northern Australia
  3. identifying how poverty, food wastage, government policies and trade barriers could affect future food security
  4. applying an understanding of the functioning of natural and agricultural ecosystems to investigate ways of making Australian agriculture more sustainable
  5. examining a contemporary geographical issue related to food production and security and debating alternative responses that consider environmental, economic and social factors
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