Global Challenges For Future Food And Agricultural Policies Hardback
Edited by David (The Pennsylvania State Univ, Usa) Blandford, Katharine (European Parliament, Belgium) Hassapoyannes
This book examines the current and future challenges facing the food and agricultural system and their implications for policymaking at the national and international level.The growth in global population and income is expected to result in increasing demand for food and agricultural raw materials, intensifying concerns over food security and increasing pressure on the planet's natural resources.
Moreover, climate change - a challenge on its own - is likely to increase the urgency for reforms in the food and agricultural sector.
As a substantial contributor to greenhouse gas emissions, the sector will need to participate in efforts to slow global warming and to adjust to the effects of climate change, while ensuring global food security and resource sustainability.
These pressures define a new set of priorities for policymaking at the national and international level.
They also necessitate changes in the framework of global institutions for effective governance of the food system.Global Challenges for Future Food and Agricultural Policies presents a comprehensive analysis of the inter-related policy challenges of food security, management of natural resources, climate change, and international governance.
The book also offers valuable insights into options for effective policymaking with the goal of inducing positive policy changes to the food and agricultural sector.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 440 pages
- Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Co Pte Ltd
- Publication Date: 23/01/2019
- ISBN: 9789813235397