Feeding people is easy
However Tudge does indulge in quite a bit of moaning about the state of the world, not all of which is reasonable. For instance in his comparison of farming with other employment he compares some of the worst jobs he can find with his non-existent ideal of farming in the future. Also he uses expressions such as 'gangsters' to refer to world leaders, which might be a fun way of putting things, but I can't help feeling that he will need to reign in such self-indulgence if he wants his ideas to be taken seriously.
The book gets back on track at the end, with information about organisations which Tudge sees as leading the way towards a more reasonable approach to food and farming