An unfolding food crisis: a perspective from the fertiliser industry

One hundred years ago, the world was in a global food shortage. The discovery in the early 1900s of an efficient process for making ammonia out of hydrogen and the nitrogen that is in the air led to the production of nitrogen-based fertilisers. This innovation vastly expanded the availability of food such that today mineral fertilisers are responsible for half of the food we eat.

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