The aim of this project is to develop the first integrated model of environmental sustainability, health and economic development.
The Oxford Martin Programme on the Future of Food is supporting a small number of interdisciplinary research projects at Oxford University. These projects were chosen following a call for expressions of interest in 2012, and started in early 2013.
This project addresses two key elements of the food security debate: the role of environmental change, climate and insects, and the structure of the farming population, age and gender.
The FCRN's aim is to increase our understanding of how the food system contributes to greenhouse gas emissions and what we can do to reduce them.
This study will examine ways in which new media shape consumer activism and food governance.
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