and in the European Union, is toward greater protectionism. In the short term, markets are still more fragmentaran. All the crises they do is close and protect economies. But it tends towards a globalization, and when there is sustained growth and reduce fear, the markets tend to be integrated, says Pampillon. Scholars think that the neediest countries elongates them more drastic consequences.
The ten countries with current food crises and the considered thirty potential, may require more drastic measures, says Costa. Pampillon recognizes that, globally, riots, revolts or migratory movements occur. In the future, Costa believes that humans adapt, step by step, to seas depleted, unusable by plagues of jellyfish; to power to 300 dollars the barrel, but with environmentally friendly cars that will reduce consumption and emissions by 3.87%; to raw food to 700% of its price point tipped spectacular by rainfall, desertification and problems consequent enrichment of investment funds that have opted for them, although we have happily adapted to produce wine in the Pyrenees and in the South of England, predicts in a meeting in Washington, United States, the IMF asked to take strong measures against the rising prices and the international financial crisis. In April of the presents year, Ministers from the eight industrialized nations (G-8, the Group of 7 major industrialized countries of the world, more Russia) meeting in Tokyo, made an appeal to undertake urgent actions that reduce the soaring food prices that harm and hurt the poorest and delayed social classes and developing nations. The problem of food will directly affect the lives of the poor. We have reached a common determination and it is that we need to take the necessary steps, said Foreign Minister Japanese, Masahiko Komura, who chaired the meeting, at a Conference of the Ministers of the G-8 joint press.