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|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Mohamed Behnassi; Olaf Pollmann; Gabrielle Kissinger
|ISBN:||9789400767195 9400767196 1299876331 9781299876330|
|Description:||1 online resource|
|Contents:||About the North-South Center for Social Sciences; Preface; Acknowledgements; Contents; Notes on Contributors; Contributors; List of Abbreviations and Acronyms; List of Figures; List of Tables; Part I: Combating Food Insecurity: A Global Responsibility; Chapter 1: Managing Food Systems, Climate Change and Related Challenges to Ensure Sustainable Food Security: The Urgent Need of a Paradigm and Policy Shift; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Food Systems, Climate Change and Other Challenges: The Unachieved Food Security; 1.3 Ensuring Global Food Security: Some Recommended Actions. 1.3.1 Changing Eating Pattern1.3.2 Reducing Significant Food Losses and Waste at Distribution and Consumption Levels; 1.3.3 Balancing Food Security and Climate Change: The Strategic Role of Climate-Smart Agriculture; 1.3.4 Collect Information Locally, Share Knowledge Globally, and Refocus Research to Address a More Complex Set of Objectives; 1.4 Conclusions; References; Chapter 2: The Meat Crisis: The Ethical Dimensions of Animal Welfare, Climate Change, and Future Sustainability; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Climate Change; 2.3 Resource Use; 2.4 Animal Health and Welfare. 2.5 Healthy Food and Farming2.6 Conclusion; References; Chapter 3: Dietary Options for Climate Change Mitigation; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Livestock Production Impact on the Environment; 3.3 The Plate-Climate Debate by Developing Countries; 3.4 Impact on the Duty to Care; 3.5 Mitigation; 3.6 Recommendations; 3.7 Conclusion; References; Chapter 4: Linking Forests and Food Production in the REDD+ Context; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Methodology; 4.3 Results and Discussion; 4.3.1 Are the Scope and Scale of Current and Future Agricultural Sector or Related Land Use D & D Drivers Accounted for in the R-PP? 4.3.2 Are the Proposed REDD+ Policy and Programmatic Interventions Adequate to Affect the Scope and Scale of Agricultural Drivers?4.3.3 Are the Government Ministries or Agencies That Can Directly Affect Agricultural or Related Drivers Either Planning to or Actively Engaged in Altering TheirPlans and/or Mandates to Accommodate REDD+Strategies and Objectives? Do Governments Havethe Means Through Which They Can ReconcileConflicting Policies with the REDD+ CountryObjectives?; 4.3.4 Case Study: Success in Brazil and the State of Acre; 220.127.116.11 Brazil; 18.104.22.168 Acre State. 4.3.5 Roadmap for How to Address Agricultural Drivers in REDD+ Strategies4.4 Conclusions; References; Part II: Managing Linkages Between Climate Change and Food Security; Chapter 5: Gender, Climate Change and Household Food Security: A South Asian Perspective; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Disaster Risk in South Asia; 5.3 Household Food Security in the Face of Climate Change; 5.4 Gender Differentiated Impacts of Disasters; 5.5 Lessons from Gender-Specific Disaster Impacts to Meet the Challenge of Climate Change; 5.6 Conclusions; References.|
|Responsibility:||Mohamed Behnassi, Olaf Pollmann, Gabrielle Kissinger, editors.|
- Food security.
- Food supply.
- BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Infrastructure.
- SOCIAL SCIENCE -- General.
- Sciences de la terre.
- Environmental sciences.
- Public health.
- Renewable energy sources.
- Sustainable development.
- Farm economics.
- Social sciences.
- Agricultural Economics.
- Renewable and Green Energy.