FAO - 2017 - L’avenir de l’alimentation et de l’agriculture: Tendances et défis. ERS USDA 06/08/09 U.S. Food Import Patterns, 1998-2007. U.S.
Agricultural Trade Update No. (FAU-125) 52 pp, August 2009 by Nora Brooks, Anita Regmi, and Alberto Jerardo Using import data from the U.S. Census Bureau, this study examines patterns of U.S. food imports for fiscal years 1998-2007. Keywords: U.S. food imports, U.S. grain imports, U.S. processed food imports, U.S. fruit and vegetable imports In this publication... Entire Report. Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences - MAI 2013 - Abstracts : The future of food - Security, Safety and Quality 22–24 May 2013 Uppsala, Sweden. GCUA Summer School for PhD students REDUCING ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE IN LIVESTOCK FARMING Objectives: The GCUA summer schools aim to train potential young leaders in bio-economy of the future and provide More information European Weed Research Society European Weed Research Society 1 st CIRCULAR 10 TH WORKSHOP OF THE EWRS WORKING GROUP: PHYSICAL AND CULTURAL WEED CONTROL Alnarp, Sweden 16-19 March 2014 Dear Colleague, We are pleased to give you some More information.
ERS USDA - JUILLET 2012 - International Food Security Assessment, 2012-22. FAS USDA 25/10/16 Food Processing Ingredients_Paris_France_10-5-2016. NEW ZEALAND TRADE & ENTERPRISE - MARS 2014 - Food and beverage. Au sommaire: Hunger for growth: Food and beverage looks to the future (Grant Thornton) FAS USDA 14/01/15 Retail Foods_Paris_France_12-15-2014. HOUSE OF COMMONS 14/01/15 Food security: demand, consumption and waste. FOODDRINK EUROPE – SEPT 2015 - DATA & TRENDS - European food and drink industry 2014-2015. Agronomía Colombiana 32(2), 283-293, 201 Food loss in a hungry world, a problem?
DAFF_GOV_AU 18/06/13 The National Food Plan. INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT - MAI 2013 - Agriculture and food systems for a sustainable future: an integrated approach. Journal of Food Composition and Analysis Volume 37, February 2015, Pages 51–57 Key foods in Sweden: Identifying high priority foods for future food composition analysis. Original Research Article Science Department, National Food Agency, Box 622, SE-751 26 Uppsala, Sweden Received 15 May 2014, Revised 5 August 2014, Accepted 10 September 2014, Available online 28 October 2014 doi:10.1016/j.jfca.2014.09.008.
EWG 31/03/15 FEEDING THE WORLD WITHOUT GMOS. By Emily Cassidy, EWG Research Analyst Growing food takes a major toll on the environment, one that will grow worse in the coming decades as humanity faces the challenge of feeding a burgeoning population.
Biotech companies and proponents of industrial agriculture tout genetically engineered crops (often called GE or GMOs) as the key to “feeding the world,” but recent evidence shows that this promise has fallen flat. Here are some key facts: GE crops – primarily corn and soybeans – have not substantially contributed to global food security and are primarily used to feed animals and cars, not people. Studies show that GE crops in the US are not more productive than non-GE crops in western Europe. Instead of counting on the still unfilled hopes for GE crops, it makes sense to implement common-sense strategies that could increase food supplies with minimal environmental impact. ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL RESEARCH COUNCIL - Programme de recherche 2014-2016 - Predicting urban food insecurity under climate change in Brazilian Amazonia.
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Records will no longer be updated after this date. Start date: 01 January 2014 End date: 31 December 2016 Governments have recognised the need to reduce the societal impacts of climate change by improving the adaptive capacity of poor, marginalised populations to severe weather events. ROWAN - JUILLET 2013 - Why discount is coming of age. IATP 18/02/14 Change in grain policy signals China’s intent to boost meat production - New research highlights global implications for food safety, food security and natural resources. ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH WEB 10/02/12 The future of food. How can we feed the 2.5 billion more people – an extra China and India – likely to be alive in 2050?
The UN says we will have to nearly double our food production and governments say we should adopt new technologies and avoid waste, but however you cut it, there are already one billion chronically hungry people, there's little more virgin land to open up, climate change will only make farming harder to grow food in most places, the oceans are overfished, and much of the world faces growing water shortages. Fifty years ago, when the world's population was around half what it is now, the answer to looming famines was "the green revolution" – a massive increase in the use of hybrid seeds and chemical fertilisers. It worked, but at a great ecological price. We grow nearly twice as much food as we did just a generation ago, but we use three times as much water from rivers and underground supplies. EAAE 2014 Congress ‘Agri - Food and Rural Innovations for Healthier Societies’ August 26 to 29, 2014 Ljubljana, Slovenia - The Prospective Situation of Polish Agriculture in 2030 (An Analysis of Environmental, Social and Economic Conditions of Development.
DEFRA - 2007 - Impacts of food production and consumption. Description Analysis of the environmental impacts of a selection of commonly purchased food products to inform policy making and the provision of information for consumers, including through Environment Direct.
The products based approach is intended to complement other research and policy on food industry, farming, natural resources and the environment within Defra and help develop synergies between them. Some questions which the research might address include: · What does the evidence tell us about the most significant environmental impacts for specific products and where they occur in the food chain? · How might existing trends affect the profile of these impacts in the future? It is envisaged that Stage 1 of the project will be a scoping exercise, based on initial understanding/review of evidence and involving Defra food and environment policy leads and economists, and other stakeholders (e.g. retailers) as appropriate. DAFF_gov_au 10/10/13 What Asia wants: Long-term food consumption trends in Asia. AUSTRALIAN PUBLIC POLICY - 2013 - Can Australia Become the Food Bowl of Asia? AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS RESEARCH - JANV 1981 - The impact of the voluntary anti-inflation program on retail food prices.
FAO - 2009 - OECD-FAO Agricultural Outlook 2009-2018. House of Commons 21/05/13 Global Food Security - Long-term trends (Biofuels, food waste, diet and livestock production, smallhol. APPG-AGSCIENCE - 2013 - The future of food - giving consumers a say. IFT 12/06/13 IFT WEEKLY NEWSLETTER. . Au sommaire:Food insecurity may be short-term for most U.S. households.
June 12, 2013 Senate passes farm billAccording to the New York Times, the U.S.
Senate approved a new farm bill on June 10 that will cost nearly $955 billion over the next 10 years. The bill, which finances programs such as crop insurance for farmers, food assistance for low-income families, and foreign food aid, passed with overwhelming bipartisan support, 66 to 27. The Senate passed a similar bill last year, but the House failed to bring its bill to a vote. The last farm bill that was passed by both chambers, in 2008, was extended until Sept. 30. The Senate bill would cut $24 billion from current spending levels, including about $4.1 billion from food stamps over the next 10 years. In the House, the farm bill faces a much tougher road. New York Times article Food insecurity may be short-term for most U.S. householdsThe U.S.
In the period from 2008 to 2011, the percentage of food insecure households in the United States was 14.5–14.9%. USDA Amber Waves article Abstract. LABOUR'S POLICY REVIEW - 2013 - Feeding the Nation: creating a resilient, growing food industry. DEFRA - JULY 2013 - Future Of Farming Review Report. CGIAR 19/09/12 CGIAR: a global research partnership for a food secure future. By Frank Rijsberman, CEO of the CGIAR Consortium (Published in La Lettre Diplomatique) Before talking about the role of CGIAR and our strategy to tackle global food insecurity, I would like to explain briefly why agriculture and food are becoming key international issues.
Agriculture and food are the basis of any civilization. Ensuring that people have enough nutritious food at a reasonable price has always been a priority for every country. Agriculture is still the single largest employer in the world. It provides a livelihood for 40 per cent of today’s global population. However, over the last 30 years investment in agriculture has dropped. Premier numéro de Future of Food. 2013. EUROPE 03/10/12 EU puts resilience at the heart of its work on fighting hunger and poverty. European Commission Press release Brussels, 3 October 2012 EU puts resilience at the heart of its work on fighting hunger and poverty Today Commissioner for Development, Andris Piebalgs, and Commissioner for Humanitarian aid, International Cooperation and Crisis Response, Kristalina Georgieva, proposed a new policy to help vulnerable communities across the world build resilience to future crises.
The new Communication, "The EU Approach to Resilience: Learning from Food Security Crises" draws lessons from the experience of responding to recent food crises and outlines the measures with which the European Union will help vulnerable populations reduce the impact of future crises and disasters. Development Commissioner Andris Piebalgs said: “Unexpected natural catastrophes, food crisis or economic shocks can seriously undermine the results of our work in developing countries. " Strengthening resilience is at the core of successful humanitarian and development policies. Background. 2009 - Rapid urbanization and food security: using food density maps to identify future food security hotspots.
INSTITUTE FOR THE FUTURE - FOODWEB 2020. "Food is our common ground, a universal experience. " —James Beard We all eat. It's not just that we all eat, but everything we do leads back to food. FRIENDS OF THE EARTH 10/01/13 Global Food Security. Written evidence submitted by Friends of the Earth Introduction 1. Friends of the Earth England, Wales and Northern Ireland is the UK’s most influential environmental campaigning organisation. We are a unique network of campaigning local groups working in over 200 communities throughout England, Wales and Northern Ireland. 2. 3. ERS USDA - AOUT 2012 - Présentation : Analysis of Food Consumption Patterns in Developing and Emerging Markets.
AGRIC_WA_GOV_AU - SUMMER 2012 - Future food opportunity. FRAUENHOFER INSTITUTE 30/10/12 Présentation : The food of the future – what will we eat?