enough food for everyone

Tax evasion is depriving the UK economy of at least £5.2 billion a year, according to research published by Oxfam. The charity
There was more than just the issue of the UK's future in Europe on the lips of leaders and influencers at the World Economic Forum in Davos this year. Two other words took an unanticipated, but deserved, prominence: climate change.
One in eight people go to bed hungry at night and over two million children die from malnutrition every year, yet the world produces enough food to feed us all. So how did we get in this mess, and how can we get out of it?