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Sustainable diets : how ecological nutrition can transform consumption and the food system / Pamela Mason and Tim Lang.
Contributor(s): Lang, Tim [author.].Material type: BookPublisher: London ; New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2017Description: xiv, 353 pages ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780415744720 (pbk.); 9780415744706 (hbk.).Subject(s): Food supply -- Environmental aspects | Food consumption -- Environmental aspects | Diet -- Environmental aspects | Nutrition -- Environmental aspects | AgrobiodiversityDDC classification: 338.19 MAS Online resources: Table of contents
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|338.19 BRO 005692 Food security, food prices and climate variability /||338.19 FOO 010629 Food production and nature conservation : conflicts and solutions /||338.19 JAI 005033 Food Front : an examination of three aspects /||338.19 MAS 010378 Sustainable diets : how ecological nutrition can transform consumption and the food system /||338.19 MCM 009446 Food regimes and agrarian questions /||338.19 PAT 012559 Stuffed and starved : the hidden battle for the world food system /||338.19 SHI 010668 Who really feeds the world? : the failures of agribusiness and the promise of agroecology /|
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction : what's the problem? --
Sustainable diets : welcome to the arguments --
Methodologies : measuring what matters while not drowning in complexity --
Health : nutrition science and the messy effects of diet on health --
Environment : why food drives ecosystems stress --
Culture : the social conditions shaping eating patterns --
Food quality : everyone likes their own food --
Real food economics : runaway costs and concentration --
Policy and governance : will anyone unlock the consumption lock-in? --
Conclusions : why sustainable diets matter now.