Flashback 2013: UN report touts eating insects to stabilize the global food supply in wake of ‘climate change’
It all started in 2013 when the United Nations (U.N.) released a report on how insects could stabilize the global food supply. An estimated two billion people around the world eat bugs, so why not you, too? After all, growing the grain used in animal feed takes up huge water and energy resources.
The U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) fueled the campaign when it published Edible Insects: Future Prospects for Food and Feed Security. The 185-page report argues we should all be eating more insects as a means of feeding the estimated nine billion people who will live on Planet Earth in 2050.