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Towards sustainable global food systems: conceptual and policy analysis of agriculture, food and environment linkages

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Food consumption Food security Sustainable living Agriculture
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This book is a printed edition of the Special Issue Towards Sustainable Global Food Systems : Conceptual and Policy Analysis of Agriculture, Food and Environment Linkages that was published in Sustainability. The articles are:

  1. The Challenge of Food Systems Research: What Difference Does It Make?
  2. Does Agricultural Commercialization Affect Food Security: The Case of Crop-Producing Households in the Regions of Post-Reform Vietnam?
  3. Healthy Diets and Reduced Land Pressure: Towards a Double Gain for Future Food Systems in Nigeria
  4. Social Capital and Adoption of Alternative Conservation Agricultural Practices in South-Western Nigeria
  5. Approach for Designing Context-Specific, Locally Owned Interventions to Reduce Postharvest Losses: Case Study on Tomato Value Chains in Nigeria
  6. A Systems Approach to Food Loss and Solutions: Understanding Practices, Causes, and Indicators
  7. Drivers of Vegetable Consumption in Urban Nigeria: Food Choice Motives, Knowledge, and Self-Efficacy
  8. Capturing Social Innovations in Agricultural Transformation from the Field: Outcomes of a Write-Shop
  9. Farmers’ Adaptive Strategies in Balancing Commercial Farming and Consumption of Nutritious Foods: Case Study of Myanmar
  10. Intensification and Upgrading Dynamics in Emerging Dairy Clusters in the East African Highlands
  11. Assessing Sustainable Food and Nutrition Security of the EU Food System — An Integrated Approach
  12. A Reflection of the Use of the Life Cycle Assessment Tool for Agri-Food Sustainability
  13. Participative Processes as a Chance for Developing Ideas to Bridge the Intention-Behavior Gap Concerning Sustainable Diets
  14. Participatory Guarantee Systems in Spain: Motivations, Achievements, Challenges and Opportunities for Improvement Based on Three Case Studies
  15. Scaling-Up Sustainable Development Initiatives: A Comparative Case Study of Agri-Food System Innovations in Brazil, New York, and Senegal
  16. Strategy for the Sustainability of a Food Production System for the Prosperity of Low-Income Populations in an Emerging Country: Twenty Years of Experience of the Peruvian Poultry Association
  17. Offshore Wind Farms as Potential Locations for Flat Oyster (Ostrea edulis) Restoration in the Dutch North Sea
  18. Macroeconomic Impacts of Climate Change Driven by Changes in Crop Yields

 

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978-3-03897-815-2