Food security in Australia : challenges and prospects for the future / Quentin Farmar-Bowers, Vaughan Higgins, Joanne Millar, editors Keating, Adriana

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Food security - Australia.; Food industry and trade - Australia.; Agriculture.
“Food security is a major global issue. Developing nations are particularly affected, but developed countries like Australia also face challenges, such as the growing cost of nutritious food, the emerging and economic burden of diet-related health problems, and the exposure of food production and supply systems to increasing volatility as a consequence of climate change, biofuels production, global population growth, and urbanization. Food Security in Australia: Challenges and Prospects for the Future provides critical insights from a wide range of authors into three main food issues in Australia: equality and access to nutritious diets, food production and trade, and the relevance of land use planning for the long-term viability of food-production, particularly around major Australian cities.”--Back cover.
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