A little quiz about insect eating.

Please note that all this information comes from the FAO report "The Contribution of Insects to Food Security, Livelihoods and the Environment". You can find it here : http://www.fao.org/forestry/edibleinsects/en/ 

1/ How many people in the world do eat insects on a regular basis?

How many insect species can be eaten?

How many insect species can be eaten?

2/ How many insect species can be eaten?

Animal livestock accounts for 18% of the greenhouse gas emission (more than transportation). But for the same volume of food, how many times as few as usual cattle do insect emit GHG?

Animal livestock accounts for 18% of the greenhouse gas emission (more than transportation). But for the same volume of food, how many times as few as usual cattle do insect emit GHG?

3/ Animal livestock accounts for 18% of the greenhouse gas emission (more than transportation). But for the same volume of food, how many times as few as usual cattle do insect emit GHG?

4/ Insect farming is a fantastic way to save arable land. At the moment, according to the FAO, what proportion of agricultural land is used by livestock production?

5/ 9 kg of feed are required to produce 1 kg of edible beef meat. How many kg are required for 1 kg of edible cricket meat?

6/ In 2050, we should be around 9 billion people on earth, versus 7 billion today. According to the FAO again, how will meat consumption evolve in the same time?