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Food Practices in Transition

Food Practices in Transition [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1136485430
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Food Practices in Transition by Book Resume:

This edited volume presents and reflects upon empirical evidence of ‘sustainability’-induced and -related transition in food practices. The material collected in the various chapters contributes to our understanding of the ways in which ideas and preferences, sociotechnological developments and changes in the governance of food interact and become visible in practices of consumption, retail and production.

Handbook on Sustainability Transition and Sustainable Peace

Handbook on Sustainability Transition and Sustainable Peace [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 3319438840
Author: Hans Günter Brauch,Úrsula Oswald Spring,John Grin,Jürgen Scheffran
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Handbook on Sustainability Transition and Sustainable Peace by Hans Günter Brauch,Úrsula Oswald Spring,John Grin,Jürgen Scheffran Book Resume:

In this book 60 authors from many disciplines and from 18 countries on five continents examine in ten parts: Moving towards Sustainability Transition; Aiming at Sustainable Peace; Meeting Challenges of the 21st Century: Demographic Imbalances, Temperature Rise and the Climate–Conflict Nexus; Initiating Research on Global Environmental Change, Limits to Growth, Decoupling of Growth and Resource Needs; Developing Theoretical Approaches on Sustainability and Transitions; Analysing National Debates on Sustainability in North America; Preparing Transitions towards a Sustainable Economy and Society, Production and Consumption and Urbanization; Examining Sustainability Transitions in the Water, Food and Health Sectors from Latin American and European Perspectives; Preparing Sustainability Transitions in the Energy Sector; and Relying on Transnational, International, Regional and National Governance for Strategies and Policies Towards Sustainability Transition. This book is based on workshops held in Mexico (2012) and in the US (2013), on a winter school at Chulalongkorn University, Thailand (2013), and on commissioned chapters. The workshop in Mexico and the publication were supported by two grants by the German Foundation for Peace Research (DSF). All texts in this book were peer-reviewed by scholars from all parts of the world.

Nordic Food Transitions

Nordic Food Transitions [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 135102857X
Author: Jesper Manniche,Bjornar Saether
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Nordic Food Transitions by Jesper Manniche,Bjornar Saether Book Resume:

The ambition of the book is to investigate a possible transition in the markets for food in the Nordic countries. Six chapters from various disciplinary traditions study change and innovation within the food sectors in Denmark, Sweden and Norway; while an introductory chapter discusses the findings of these analyses. Specialty food has established a strong position within product categories such as craft beer in Denmark and organic food in Sweden, but has failed to do so in others. The emergence of markets for specialty foods have been promoted by top-down policy initiatives and bottom-up entrepreneurial efforts. Far from providing the only relevant platform for food transition and innovation, the "New Nordic Food" manifesto has helped creating a territorialized action space for networks of food producers and distributors promoting diversity in local food and rural development. Some of the specialty food networks have succeeded in re-scaling their operations from a local to a national market. Today even large retailers and food processing companies have to pay notice to the ongoing changes among consumers. There is however a paradoxical constraint in a transition towards specialty food. A large-scale transition would imply that producers and consumers abandon precisely what constitute them - their exclusiveness. The chapters were originally published in a special issue of European Planning Studies.

Toward Sustainable Transitions in Healthcare Systems

Toward Sustainable Transitions in Healthcare Systems [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1351867148
Author: Jacqueline Broerse,John Grin
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Toward Sustainable Transitions in Healthcare Systems by Jacqueline Broerse,John Grin Book Resume:

Health systems have long been considered key determinants of well-being within modern societies, a valuable resource which have faced a series of reform initiatives throughout the past decades. These reforms have been used to manage the cost of development, measure the tenability of health systems in globalizing economies and promote the increasing importance of health problems related to lifestyle and living conditions, yet they have failed to provide a true resolution to the persistent economical and logistical problems facing modern-day health systems. This rich, interdisciplinary work explores the hypothesis that many of these problems cannot be adequately addressed without structural changes to our health systems, and examines the embedded features of our health systems that underlie contemporary challenges as well as how, and under what conditions, our health systems can be made more sustainable. Combining and building upon theoretical approaches from transition and innovation studies for analysing health system deficits, Toward Sustainable Transitions in Healthcare Systems raises fundamental questions about how new research, new needs and exogenous trends are transforming current health innovation systems. Providing an original and substantial analysis of the complex structural features of the health innovation system, this book will be of interest to students and practitioners of the politics of health, social epidemiology, medical sociology and those with an interest in transition theory.

The New Meatways and Sustainability

The New Meatways and Sustainability [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 3839454336
Author: Minna Kanerva
Publisher: transcript Verlag
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The New Meatways and Sustainability by Minna Kanerva Book Resume:

Social practice theories help to challenge the often hidden paradigms, worldviews, and values at the basis of many unsustainable practices. Discourses and their boundaries define what is seen as possible, as well as the range of issues and their solutions. By exploring the connections between practices and discourses, Minna Kanerva develops a conceptual approach enabling purposive change in unsustainable social practices. Radical transformation towards new meatways is arguably necessary, yet complex psychological, ideological, and power-related mechanisms currently inhibit change.

Transition Pathways towards Sustainability in Agriculture

Transition Pathways towards Sustainability in Agriculture [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1780642199
Author: Lee-Ann Sutherland,Ika Darnhofer,Geoff Wilson,Lukas Zagata
Publisher: CABI
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Transition Pathways towards Sustainability in Agriculture by Lee-Ann Sutherland,Ika Darnhofer,Geoff Wilson,Lukas Zagata Book Resume:

Based on the research of an interdisciplinary team of sociologists, geographers and economists, this book focuses on understanding farming transitions in Europe. The book discusses the importance of understanding transition pathways towards sustainability using case studies from Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Portugal and the United Kingdom. Assessing the utility of the multi-level perspective in transition theory for addressing contemporary issues, the book identifies future research needs and possible approaches, making this an essential read for researchers interested in issues of rural and agricultural change.

The Oxford Handbook of Political Consumerism

The Oxford Handbook of Political Consumerism [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0190629045
Author: Magnus Boström,Michele Micheletti,Peter Oosterveer
Publisher: Oxford University Press
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The Oxford Handbook of Political Consumerism by Magnus Boström,Michele Micheletti,Peter Oosterveer Book Resume:

The global phenomenon of political consumerism is known through such diverse manifestations as corporate boycotts, increased preferences for organic and fairtrade products, and lifestyle choices such as veganism. It has also become an area of increasing research across a variety of disciplines. Political consumerism uses consumer power to change institutional or market practices that are found ethically, environmentally, or politically objectionable. Through such actions, the goods offered on the consumer market are problematized and politicized. Distinctions between consumers and citizens and between the economy and politics collapse. The Oxford Handbook of Political Consumerism offers the first comprehensive theoretical and comparative overview of the ways in which the market becomes a political arena. It maps the four major forms of political consumerism: boycotting, buycotting (spending to show support), lifestyle politics, and discursive actions, such as culture jamming. Chapters by leading scholars examine political consumerism in different locations and industry sectors, and in consideration of environmental and human rights problems, political events, and the ethics of production and manufacturing practices. This volume offers a thorough exploration of the phenomenon and its myriad dilemmas, involving religion, race, nationalism, gender relations, animals, and our common future. Moreover, the Handbook takes stock of political consumerism's effectiveness in solving complex global problems and its use to both promote and impede democracy.

Transitions in Regional Economic Development

Transitions in Regional Economic Development [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1351387782
Author: Ivan Turok,David Bailey,Jennifer Clark,Jun Du,Ugo Fratesi,Michael Fritsch,John Harrison,Tom Kemeny,Dieter Kogler,Arnoud Lagendijk,Tomasz Mickiewicz,Ernest Miguelez,Stefano Usai,Fiona Wishlade
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Transitions in Regional Economic Development by Ivan Turok,David Bailey,Jennifer Clark,Jun Du,Ugo Fratesi,Michael Fritsch,John Harrison,Tom Kemeny,Dieter Kogler,Arnoud Lagendijk,Tomasz Mickiewicz,Ernest Miguelez,Stefano Usai,Fiona Wishlade Book Resume:

At a time of extraordinary challenges confronting the world, this book analyses some of the profound changes occurring in the development of cities and regions. It discusses the uncertainties associated with the stalling of hyper-globalization and asks whether this creates opportunities for resurgent regional economies driven by local capabilities, resource efficiencies and domestic production. Theory and evidence on socio-economic and environmental transitions underway in many regions are brought together. Implications of the shifting balance of global power towards emerging economies in the East are explored, along with the consequences of urbanization in the global South for politics and democracy. Dilemmas surrounding migration are also discussed, including whether incomers displace local workers and depress wages, or bring benefits in the form of know-how, new technology and investment. More integrative concepts of the region and theories of regional development are analysed, recognising the role of human capital, knowledge, innovation, finance, infrastructure and institutions. This was originally published as a special issue of Regional Studies.

Well-being, Sustainability and Social Development

Well-being, Sustainability and Social Development [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 3319766961
Author: Harry Lintsen,Frank Veraart,Jan-Pieter Smits,John Grin
Publisher: Springer
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Well-being, Sustainability and Social Development by Harry Lintsen,Frank Veraart,Jan-Pieter Smits,John Grin Book Resume:

This open access book examines more than two centuries of societal development using novel historical and statistical approaches. It applies the well-being monitor developed by Statistics Netherlands that has been endorsed by a significant part of the international, statistical community. It features The Netherlands as a case study, which is an especially interesting example; although it was one of the world’s richest countries around 1850, extreme poverty and inequality were significant problems of well-being at the time. Monitors of 1850, 1910, 1970 and 2015 depict the changes in three dimensions of well-being: the quality of life 'here and now', 'later' and 'elsewhere'. The analysis of two centuries shows the solutions to the extreme poverty problem and the appearance of new sustainability problems, especially in domestic and foreign ecological systems. The study also reveals the importance of natural capital: soil, air, water and subsoil resources, showing their relation with the social structure of the ‘here and now ́. Treatment and trade of natural resources also impacted on the quality of life ‘later’ and ‘elsewhere.’ Further, the book illustrates the role of natural capital by dividing the capital into three types of raw materials and concomitant material flows: bio-raw materials, mineral and fossil subsoil resources. Additionally, the analysis of the institutional context identifies the key roles of social groups in well-being development. The book ends with an assessment of the solutions and barriers offered by the historical anchoring of the well-being and sustainability issues. This unique analysis of well-being and sustainability and its institutional analysis appeals to historians, statisticians and policy makers.

Social Innovation and Sustainable Consumption

Social Innovation and Sustainable Consumption [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1351782355
Author: Julia Backhaus,Audley Genus,Sylvia Lorek,Edina Vadovics,Julia M Wittmayer
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Social Innovation and Sustainable Consumption by Julia Backhaus,Audley Genus,Sylvia Lorek,Edina Vadovics,Julia M Wittmayer Book Resume:

This book showcases strategic policies for and processes of societal transformation, which are required to address the challenge of sustainability. Based on the latest thinking at the interface of social innovation, sustainable consumption and the transformation of society, the book provides: in-depth discussions at the nexus of sustainable consumption, social innovation and social transformation, highlighting their significance to sustainability-related policy and practice; detailed case studies of social innovation in energy, food, housing and policy which illustrate emerging practice and promising policy, business and civil society interventions; and critical reflections and commentaries on the contribution of social innovation to societal transformation. Bringing together aspiring scholars and leading thinkers on this topic, this book leads to compelling new insights for an international audience into the potential of social innovation for sustainable consumption and the transformation of society. It will be of great interest to students and scholars of sustainable consumption, sustainable development, (social) innovation studies and environmental sociology.

Agri-Food and Rural Development

Agri-Food and Rural Development [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0857856790
Author: Terry Marsden
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
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Agri-Food and Rural Development by Terry Marsden Book Resume:

The agri-food and rural development world has experienced significant changes in recent years. The evolution towards globalized and highly complex food supply systems has been accompanied by growing competition, reduced state subsidies as well as concerns about quality, output and the environment. At the beginning of the 21st century, the agri-food industry is urgently searching for new solutions. Exploring these recent developments, Agri-Food and Rural Development highlights the latest research on understanding and promoting sustainable food systems. Featuring a range of international case studies, it investigates different models of rural development for food production, examines the implications for a sustainable future, analyzes future challenges, and suggests new strategies for future agri-food development in a world fast exceeding its resources. An ambitious new study written by a leading authority in the field, this book offers a vital new perspective on this important debate and is destined to become a landmark text for students, scholars and policy-makers in food studies, agriculture, rural sociology, and geography.

Sustainable food consumption

Sustainable food consumption [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 9086868118
Author: Elizabeth Sargant
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Sustainable food consumption by Elizabeth Sargant Book Resume:

Agricultural and food consumption practices are the most important contributors to ecosystem degradation and climate change. Consumers are called on to take responsibility for sustainable development; to consider the environment in their everyday life, to choose more sustainably produced goods and services. However, often consumers are not directly involved in food production and preparation. Today many of the meals we eat are prepared by someone other than ourselves. In addition, environmental and social issues of food production might be important to us but they have to be weighed up against a range of situational and personal considerations. Thus 'making a sustainable choice' can be far from straightforward. This book explores the question 'how sustainable food consumption can be encouraged' using social practices theory. This approach focuses not on the individual behaviour of consumers, but on everyday food practices (like shopping for food, eating lunch at work, etc.) and their context. The book discusses how Dutch consumers engage in sustainable food consumption on an everyday basis, and how consumers with different grocery shopping practices differ in this engagement. A second study considers the sustainable development of food provisioning within business catering (food procurement and provisioning). Here we discover the importance of food professionals and the opportunities that canteens and kitchens offer to explore more sustainable ways of eating. Both studies illustrate how a context-oriented approach leads to insights on where we find leverage points for changing consumption patterns.

Issues in Teaching and Education Policy, Research, and Special Topics: 2013 Edition

Issues in Teaching and Education Policy, Research, and Special Topics: 2013 Edition [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1490110879
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Issues in Teaching and Education Policy, Research, and Special Topics: 2013 Edition is a ScholarlyEditions™ book that delivers timely, authoritative, and comprehensive information about Education Testing and Evaluation. The editors have built Issues in Teaching and Education Policy, Research, and Special Topics: 2013 Edition on the vast information databases of ScholarlyNews.™ You can expect the information about Education Testing and Evaluation in this book to be deeper than what you can access anywhere else, as well as consistently reliable, authoritative, informed, and relevant. The content of Issues in Teaching and Education Policy, Research, and Special Topics: 2013 Edition has been produced by the world’s leading scientists, engineers, analysts, research institutions, and companies. All of the content is from peer-reviewed sources, and all of it is written, assembled, and edited by the editors at ScholarlyEditions™ and available exclusively from us. You now have a source you can cite with authority, confidence, and credibility. More information is available at http://www.ScholarlyEditions.com/.

ECIE 2018 13th European Conference on Innovation and Entrepreneurship

ECIE 2018 13th European Conference on Innovation and Entrepreneurship [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1911218980
Author: Professor Carlos Costa,Dr. Manuel Au-Yong-Oliveira,Dr. Marlene Paula Castro Amorim
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Contested Sustainability Discourses in the Agrifood System

Contested Sustainability Discourses in the Agrifood System [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1351664913
Author: Douglas H. Constance,Jason T. Konefal,Maki Hatanaka
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Contested Sustainability Discourses in the Agrifood System by Douglas H. Constance,Jason T. Konefal,Maki Hatanaka Book Resume:

The industrial agrifood system is in crisis regarding its negative ecological, economic, and social externalities: it is unsustainable on all dimensions. This book documents and engages competing visions and contested discourses of agrifood sustainability. Using an incremental/reformist to transformation/radical continuum framework for alternative agrifood movements, this book identifies tensions between competing discourses that stress food sovereignty, social justice, and fair trade and those that emphasize food security, efficiency and free trade. In particular, it highlights the role that governance processes play in sustainability transitions and the ways that power and politics affect sustainability visions and discourses. The book includes chapters that review sustainability discourses at the macro and meso levels, as well as case studies from Africa, Australia, Canada, Europe, South America and the USA.

Sustainable Agri-food Systems

Sustainable Agri-food Systems [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1350101141
Author: Claire Lamine
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Sustainable Agri-food Systems by Claire Lamine Book Resume:

Building on recent scholarship in the sociology of food, Claire Lamine uses in-depth case studies from France and Brazil to compile a critical survey of social science approaches to sustainability transitions in agri-food systems. Lamine addresses the diverse pathways of transition encountered across multiple levels, from the farm through farmers' networks and food chains, to the territorial scale of regions. She also explores the efforts made by those involved in the agricultural world to create new connections between agriculture, food, environment and health, while also taking social equity issues into account. Lamine's work adopts a comparative perspective to explore the translation of agroecology into government programmes and the specific modes of governance involved in France and Brazil - two countries that pioneer in implementing agroecology yet which differ both in visions and context. Providing new options for understanding the complex issue of agri-food transitions, this book will make an impact for those studying food systems, geography, sociology, politics and agriculture.

The Changing Politics of Organic Food in North America

The Changing Politics of Organic Food in North America [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1784718289
Author: Lisa F. Clark
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The Changing Politics of Organic Food in North America by Lisa F. Clark Book Resume:

The Changing Politics of Organic Food in North America explores the political dynamics of the remarkable transition of organic food from a Ôfringe fadÕ in the 1960s to a multi-billion dollar industry in the 2000s. Taking a multidisciplinary, institutio

Everyday Eating in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden

Everyday Eating in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1350080470
Author: Jukka Gronow,Lotte Holm
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Everyday Eating in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden by Jukka Gronow,Lotte Holm Book Resume:

The chapters in this volume concentrate on the mundane and ordinary eating practices of the everyday, showing how these are linked to change in modern society. The contributors present a collection of systematic empirical results from a unique study based on representative samples of four Nordic populations - Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden - conducted at two time points, 15 years apart. The results of this unprecedented longitudinal survey leads the contributors to question many commonly held beliefs about the presumed and feared collapse of the traditional eating habits, family meals, and regular meal patterns. As the social organization of eating is in many ways related to developments in other social institutions such as family, education, and work, chapters provide interesting insights into contemporary society, with key topics selected for scrutiny including gender, food types, diet and health, and cooking practices. Additionally, the chapters highlight changes in the gendering of food practices and signs of increasing informality around meals.

The SAGE Handbook of Nature

The SAGE Handbook of Nature [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1526421976
Author: Terry Marsden
Publisher: SAGE
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The SAGE Handbook of Nature by Terry Marsden Book Resume:

The SAGE Handbook of Nature offers an ambitious retrospective and prospective overview of the field that aims to position Nature, the environment and natural processes, at the heart of interdisciplinary social sciences. The three volumes are divided into the following parts: INTRODUCTION TO THE HANDBOOK NATURAL AND SOCIO-NATURAL VULNERABILITIES: INTERWEAVING THE NATURAL & SOCIAL SCIENCES SPACING NATURES: SUSTAINABLE PLACE MAKING AND ADAPTATION COUPLED AND (DE-COUPLED) SOCIO-ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS RISK AND THE ENVIRONMENT: SOCIAL THEORIES, PUBLIC UNDERSTANDINGS, & THE SCIENCE-POLICY INTERFACE HUNGRY AND THIRSTY CITIES AND THEIR REGIONS CRITICAL CONSUMERISM AND ITS MANUFACTURED NATURES GENDERED NATURES AND ECO-FEMINISM REPRODUCTIVE NATURES: PLANTS, ANIMALS AND PEOPLE NATURE, CLASS AND SOCIAL INEQUALITY BIO-SENSITIVITY & THE ECOLOGIES OF HEALTH THE RESOURCE NEXUS AND ITS RELEVANCE SUSTAINABLE URBAN COMMUNITIES RURAL NATURES AND THEIR CO-PRODUCTION This handbook is a key critical research resource for researchers and practitioners across the social sciences and their contributions to related disciplines associated with the fast developing interdisciplinary field of sustainability science.

Food Security and Nutrition

Food Security and Nutrition [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0128209321
Author: Charis M. Galanakis
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Food Security and Nutrition by Charis M. Galanakis Book Resume:

Food and nutrition security - identified via availability, access, utilization, and stability - and transitions to sustainable food systems are major discourses in the agro-food arena, as many countries today experience different forms of malnutrition simultaneously, such as child undernutrition, anemia among women, and adult obesity. Meanwhile, the triple burden of malnutrition (undernutrition, overnutrition, and micronutrient deficiency) is still widespread. Food Security and Nutrition explores integrated, context-specific approaches to food security challenges, emphasizing nutrition security as an integral component and addressing the implications of food content to food and nutrition security policies. Providing insight into these challenges through agricultural, policy, nutritional, geographic and sustainability lenses, Food Security and Nutrition is a valuable reference for food scientists and nutrition researchers working in food supply, food security, and nutrition security, and policy makers, investors, and other decision-makers seeking to address food insecurity around the world. Addresses nutrition security as part of the overall challenge of food security Explores contributing factors that impact both food and nutrition security Presents insights into effective policy development and implementation