Feed The World Persuasive Speech

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: Do we have enough food to eat? Some people say “yes, we have enough to eat” But, at the same time, some people in the world do not have enough food to eat.
Background information: That may depend on the country or region because most of the rich countries waste their food while some poor people are starving in the least developed countries. Global population growth is the main reason for this matter and there are more humans than food in the near future.
Thesis statement: We still have some solutions to sort out this difficult situation, so, let’s put our heads together and come up with a solution to this problem today before it is too late.
Transition: let’s start with the main point of food scarcity.
Main point 1: Some countries
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Main point 1: The amount of food waste produced worldwide each year is more than enough to feed the nearly 1 billion hungry people in the world.
Support A: That is very miserable situation to the whole world. Most of the rich countries waste their food. The author of “Five-step Plan to Feed the World” article, Jonathan Foley claims that almost half of all produced food will never be consumed. By wasting food people also waste the time and energy that they have used to produce the food and as well as our natural resources. As well as there are 850 million people in the world who are still hungry and nothing to eat.

Support A: People waste most of dairy products like, yogurt, milk and cheese as well as meat. They use greatest amount of Chicken, beef and pork furthermore they waste these type of food very much. That is very heartbreaking fact because people should understand that they kill animals for their food purpose but they do not use it properly. It will give two bad results to the environment. Animals and plants interact with each other in the environment. Moreover, the plants and animals depend on each other. On the one hand by killing animal humans break the bond between animals and environment and on the other hand they waste the meat and again it will cause harmful environmental issues. In rich countries most of that waste occurs in homes, restaurants or supermarkets. In poor countries food is often lost between the farmer and the market, due to unreliable storage and