Rethinking Food and Agriculture

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  • Author : Catherine; Seba Tubb (Tony)
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Pages : 150 pages
  • ISBN : 9780997047172
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Rethinking Food and Agriculture

Rethinking Food and Agriculture
  • Author : Catherine; Seba Tubb (Tony)
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 20 October 2021
GET THIS BOOK Rethinking Food and Agriculture

We are on the cusp of the deepest, fastest, most consequential disruption in food and agricultural production since the first domestication of plants and animals ten thousand years ago. This is primarily a protein disruption driven by economics. The cost of proteins will be five times cheaper by 2030 and 10 times cheaper by 2025 than existing animal proteins, before ultimately approaching the coast of sugar. They will also be superior in every key attribute - more nutritious, healthier, better tasting, and more

Rethinking Food and Agriculture

Rethinking Food and Agriculture
  • Author : Amir Kassam,Laila Kassam
  • Publisher : Woodhead Publishing
  • Release : 30 October 2020
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Given the central role of the food and agriculture system in driving so many of the connected ecological, social and economic threats and challenges we currently face, Rethinking Food and Agriculture reviews, reassesses and reimagines the current food and agriculture system and the narrow paradigm in which it operates. Rethinking Food and Agriculture explores and uncovers some of the key historical, ethical, economic, social, cultural, political, and structural drivers and root causes of unsustainability, degradation of the agricultural environment, destruction

Food and Agriculture in the 21st Century

Food and Agriculture in the 21st Century
  • Author : Graham Thomas Tate Molitor
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 20 October 2021
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Agricultural biotechnology has dramatically boosted productivity in recent years creating a series of practical and economic dilemmas with serious implications for governments, society and the environment. This article discusses the important issues arising from these technological advances including the effects on farming, water and land resources and population growth. (SLNSW Infocus item 2179).

Rethinking Agricultural Policy Regimes

Rethinking Agricultural Policy Regimes
  • Author : Reider Almas,Hugh Campbell
  • Publisher : Emerald Group Publishing
  • Release : 15 March 2012
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Through international case studies, this book evaluates how various policy challenges are having an impact on specific agricultural policy regimes, and what future lessons might be learnt from key policy experiments around neoliberalism and multifunctionality.

Rethinking Food Systems

Rethinking Food Systems
  • Author : Nadia C.S. Lambek,Priscilla Claeys,Adrienna Wong,Lea Brilmayer
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 10 January 2014
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Taking as a starting point that hunger results from social exclusion and distributional inequities and that lasting, sustainable and just solutions are to be found in changing the structures that underlie our food systems, this book examines how law shapes global food systems and their ongoing transformations. Using detailed case studies, historical mapping and legal analysis, the contributors show how various actors (farmers, civil society groups, government officials, international bodies) use or could use different legal tools (legislative, jurisprudential, norm-setting)

From the Ground Up

From the Ground Up
  • Author : Helena Norberg-Hodge,Peter Goering,John Page,International Society for Ecology and Culture
  • Publisher : Zed Books
  • Release : 01 February 2001
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Modern industrial agriculture is in crisis. The dream of global abundance promised by chemical and biological technology is becoming a nightmare of health risks, degraded land and ailing communities. There is mounting public distrust of conventional agricultural practices. From the Ground Up explores the fundamental principles which underlie the growth- at-any-cost thinking of modern society and highlights some of the most promising alternative ways of producing environmentally healthy food.

Happier Meals

Happier Meals
  • Author : Danielle Nierenberg,Lisa Mastny
  • Publisher : Worldwatch Institute
  • Release : 20 October 2021
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This book documents the harmful effects of factory farming in both industrialized and developing countries and explains the range of problems it can cause. From transmission of disease and loss of livestock diversity to hazardous and unsanitary processing methods, it shows clearly why factory farming is an unsafe, inhumane, and ecologically disruptive form of meat production. Also shows how the individual can make a difference by supporting local, organic, or pasture-raised animal products.

Rethinking Agriculture

Rethinking Agriculture
  • Author : Timothy P Denham,José Iriarte,Luc Vrydaghs
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 01 July 2016
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Although the need to study agriculture in different parts of the world on its “own terms” has long been recognized and re-affirmed, a tendency persists to evaluate agriculture across the globe using concepts, lines of evidence and methods derived from Eurasian research. However, researchers working in different regions are becoming increasingly aware of fundamental differences in the nature of, and methods employed to study, agriculture and plant exploitation practices in the past. Contributions to this volume rethink agriculture, whether in

Food Systems in Africa

Food Systems in Africa
  • Author : Gaëlle Balineau,Arthur Bauer,Martin Kessler,Nicole Madariaga
  • Publisher : World Bank Publications
  • Release : 11 January 2021
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Rapid population growth, poorly planned urbanization, and evolving agricultural production and distribution practices are changing foodways in African cities and creating challenges: Africans are increasingly facing hunger, undernutrition, and malnutrition. Yet change also creates new opportunities. The food economy currently is the main source of jobs on the continent, promising more employment in the near future in farming, food processing, and food product distribution. These opportunities are undermined, however, by inefficient links among farmers, intermediaries, and consumers, leading to the

Rethinking Forest Concessions

Rethinking Forest Concessions
  • Author : Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • Publisher : Food & Agriculture Org.
  • Release : 10 May 2018
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This report forms part of a review aimed at providing advice on improving forest concession systems in tropical forests. The review was carried out by FAO in cooperation with the International Tropical Timber Organization, the Brazilian Forest Service, the Center for International Forestry Research and Centre de Coopération Internationale en Recherche Agronomique pour le Développement. The report is based on three regional reports produced by consultants, discussions at an expert meeting in Rome in November 2015, and a literature

Global Food Insecurity

Global Food Insecurity
  • Author : Mohamed Behnassi,Sidney Draggan,Sanni Yaya
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 29 March 2011
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Human-kind and ecological systems are currently facing one of the toughest challenges: how to feed more billions of people in the future within the perspective of climate change, energy shortages, economic crises and growing competition for the use of renewable and non renewable resources. This challenge is even more crucial given that we have not yet come close to achieving the Millennium Development Goal of halving the number of people living in extreme poverty and hunger. Scientists and relevant stakeholders

Re Thinking Organic Food and Farming in a Changing World

Re Thinking Organic Food and Farming in a Changing World
  • Author : Bernhard Freyer,Jim Bingen
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 17 October 2014
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This book is based on the assumption that “organic has lost its way”. Paradoxically, it comes at a time when we witness the continuing of growth in organic food production and markets around the world. Yet, the book claims that organic has lost sight of its first or fundamental philosophical principles and ontological assumptions. The collection offers empirically grounded discussions that address the principles and fundamental assumptions of organic farming and marketing practices. The book draws attention to the core