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The Role Of Biotechnology In A Sustainable Food Supply

Author : Jennie S. Popp
ISBN : 9780521192347
Genre : Business & Economics
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"This publication addresses the role of biotechnology in a sustainable food supply in the 21st century. What sets this book apart is the thread that connects the broad subject matters and diverse author group. The chapters focus on the challenges, opportunities, success stories, barriers and risks associated with biotechnology. Authors are experts from around the world with broad backgrounds, experiences, and points of view. They include experts in the international aid and development, leaders in the developments and use of biotechnology in food applications, experts in food safety and risk associated with the use of biotechnology, and leaders in cosidering social, political and ethical issues surrounding the use of technology. The greatest strength of this book is the experitise and professional respect held by our authors and their diversity"--

Food Policy For Developing Countries

Author : Per Pinstrup-Andersen
ISBN : 9780801448188
Genre : Health & Fitness
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A "social entrepreneurship" approach to food policy analysis that calls on a wide variety of disciplines (economics, nutrition, sociology, anthropology, environmental science, medicine, and geography).

Contributions Des Conf Renciers

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ISBN : 9287141576
Genre : Bioethics
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Biotechnology And Sustainable Agriculture

Author : Kim Guenther
ISBN : 0788114441
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Provides an introduction to the literature & debate surrounding the use of biotechnology in sustainable farming systems. Includes 127 citations plus author & subject indexes.

Propescts For Food Security And Agricultural Sustainability In Developing Regions

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ISBN : OCLC:709426925
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Reconsidering the roles of agriculture in the century of sustainable development: the 21st Century; Japan-CGIAR partnership: working together for good news from the field; Towards achieving millennium development goals (MDGs): the role of the international community; Implications from food supply-demand simulation models; Long-term prospects for agriculture, hunger and poverty; Environmental changes and food production in Asia; Constraints on food production and perspectives for solution: water resources; Recent changes in grain policy and food security in China; Sustainable development of agriculture: southeast asian perspectives and issues; Constraints on agriculture production in south Asia: role of international collaborative research; Promoting the international collaborative research in west Africa for the sustainable development of agriculture and food security; Priorities and strategies for agricultural research for development by european research organizations: highlights and perspectives from Cirad (France); Collaborative activities of US universities to address international agricultural development; The Korean experience in international collaborative research; Agriculture development and area studies: an experience from southeast Asia; Sustainable development and agricultural biotechnology; Linking sustainable forest management to sustainable development; Development and fisheries: SEAFDEC role and future direction of international collaborative activities; Is science failing poor farmers? getting results into the village; Participatory research for community-based natural resource management in Asia.

Sustainable Food Production And Ethics

Author : European Society for Agricultural and Food Ethics. Congress
ISBN : 9789086860463
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Sustainability has become an issue widely debated in many countries. Given the central role of food supply and the emotional relationship that modern mankind still has to its food, sustainability is seen as a value which has to be maintained throughout food supply chains. The complexity of modern food systems invokes a variety of ethical implications which emerge from contrasts between ideals, perceptions and the conditions of technical processes within food systems, and the concerns connected to this.This book covers a broad range of aspects within the general issue of sustainable food production and ethics. Linking different academic disciplines, topics range from reflections about the roots of sustainability and the development of concepts and approaches to globalisation and resilience of food systems as well as specific ethical aspects of organic farming and animal welfare. Modern technologies which are intensely advocated by certain stakeholder groups and their societal challenges are addressed, as are many other specific cases of food production and processing, consumer perception and marketing.

Journal Of The Canadian Dietetic Association

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924080118023
Genre : Diet
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