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Argument:Yields from organic farming can be as high as from industrial-chemical agriculture.

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-*[http://www.cnr.berkeley.edu/~christos/articles/cv_organic_farming.html Christos Vasilikiotis."Can Organic Farming Feed the World?" Accessed February 28, 2011]by is an overview of research comparing organic faming with conventional industrial agriculture.+*[http://www.cnr.berkeley.edu/~christos/articles/cv_organic_farming.html Christos Vasilikiotis. "Can Organic Farming Feed the World?" Accessed February 28, 2011] is an overview of research comparing organic faming with conventional industrial agriculture.
*[http://climateandcapitalism.com/?p=3724 "Agrimonde: Can We Feed 9 Billion People?" accessed February 28, 2011] is an article about a study concluding that while both industrial and ecologically sensitive agriculture could feed the planet's expected population of 9 billion people by the year 2050, only the ecologically sensitive approach would be sustainable. *[http://climateandcapitalism.com/?p=3724 "Agrimonde: Can We Feed 9 Billion People?" accessed February 28, 2011] is an article about a study concluding that while both industrial and ecologically sensitive agriculture could feed the planet's expected population of 9 billion people by the year 2050, only the ecologically sensitive approach would be sustainable.
*[http://www.worldwatch.org/sow11/press-release "State of the World 2011: Innovations that Nourish the Planet" accessed February 28, 2011] is a press release for the January 2011 publication of the latest report from the Worldwatch Institute that concludes that small scale, organic agriculture would be a better path to take to deal with world hunger. *[http://www.worldwatch.org/sow11/press-release "State of the World 2011: Innovations that Nourish the Planet" accessed February 28, 2011] is a press release for the January 2011 publication of the latest report from the Worldwatch Institute that concludes that small scale, organic agriculture would be a better path to take to deal with world hunger.

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