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Original research (Published On: 20-Oct-2023)

Plant proteins availability in Europe and Asia: A causality analysis of climate, demographics and economic factors

Kossivi Fabrice DOSSA and Yann Emmanuel Emmanuel MIASSI

J. Agri. Res. Adv., 05 (04):01-19

Kossivi Fabrice DOSSA: ARDD NGO

Yann Emmanuel Emmanuel MIASSI: ARDD NGO

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Article History: Received on: 05-Jul-23, Accepted on: 15-Oct-23, Published on: 20-Oct-23

Corresponding Author: Kossivi Fabrice DOSSA

Email: Fabdossa@gmail.com

Citation: Dossa KF and Miassi YE (2023). Plant proteins availability in Europe and Asia: A causality analysis of climate, demographics and economic factors. J. Agri. Res. Adv., 05 (04):01-19


Abstract

Aim: The aim of this study was to analyze the availability of plant proteins and their prediction for the future up to 2050 in Europe and Asia.

Materials and Methods: Data regarding plant proteins available, rain fall, temperature, CH4, N2O, income, price, farming lands, population, total production and stock variation were recorded and analised.

Results: The results analyzed availability of plant-based proteins varies across regions. Factors such as rising temperatures, increasing pollutants, and rising prices of plant proteins are particularly concerning. In this context, legumes appear as a promising alternative.

Conclusion: It was concluded that rising trend in temperature lead an increase in atmospheric pollutants and in the price of plant proteins, while the production of plant proteins and their availability at individual level show varying trends from one country to another. 


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