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Author Mann, Alana, author.

Title Food in a changing climate / by Alana Mann.

Publication Info. Bingley : Emerald Publishing Limited, 2021.

Item Status

Edition First edition.
Description 1 online resource
Series SocietyNow
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Cover -- FOOD IN A CHANGING CLIMATE -- SocietyNow -- Endorsements -- FOOD IN A CHANGING CLIMATE -- Copyright -- Dedication -- CONTENTS -- ACRONYMS -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- 1. We didn't Start the Fire -- An Uneasy Story -- Breadbaskets and Basketcases -- Facing the Dragon -- Thinking about and Living in (Food) Systems -- Winners and Losers -- The Hidden Costs of Cheap Food -- A Shift in Worldviews -- About This Book -- Structure of the Book -- 2. Food Under Fossil Capitalism -- The Miracle of More -- The Origins of Fossil Capital -- Aware, but Not Alarmed
Making Sense of the World Food Economy -- Free Trade Unleashed -- Spotlight on Soy -- The Global Land Rush -- Post-pandemic Thinking -- 3. Framing the Future of Food -- What Does Innovation Taste like? -- Engineering Nutrition -- Cultivating Tastes for Technology -- Plant-based Business-as-usual -- New Food Culture(s) -- Winning Hearts, Minds and Stomachs -- More-than-food -- 4. Changing Our Water Ways -- The End of History -- Green, Slimy and Nutritious -- The Loss of Abundance -- The Blue Revolution -- The Plight of the Fishers -- Water Politics -- 5. Recovering Food Wisdom -- Silent Sickness
Relearning Resilience -- Nutritional Wisdom -- From Transition to Transformation -- Healing Country -- Realizing Comunalidad -- 6. Resilience through Resistance -- The Safe and Just Space -- The Diet Wars -- (Re)framing the Problem -- Confronting Food Apartheid -- Resisting the Forces of Inaction -- A Dish with One Spoon -- REFERENCES -- INDEX
Summary The production of our food is unsustainable; deviations of how we can cultivate resilient communities through the just application of new technologies, the recovery of traditional knowledge, and by building diversity to protect the livelihoods of food producers everywhere are explored in this book.
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Subject Food supply -- Political aspects.
Food security -- Climatic factors.
Food industry and trade -- Environmental aspects.
Food -- Economic aspects.
Food & society.
Political Science -- Public Policy -- Agriculture & Food Policy.
Food -- Economic aspects.
Food industry and trade -- Environmental aspects.
Food security -- Climatic factors.
Food supply.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Other Form: Ebook version : 9781839827242
Print version: Mann, Alana. Food in a changing climate. First edition. Bingley : Emerald Publishing Limited, 2021 1839827254 9781839827259 (OCoLC)1191241880
ISBN 9781839827242 (electronic book)
1839827246 (electronic book)
9781839827228 (electronic book)
183982722X (electronic book)