Gut feelings and possible tomorrows: (where) does animal farming fit?
The purpose of this paper is to look at the different narratives that people construct about the food – and specifically the meat – ‘problem,’ explore the values and beliefs that underpin them, and show why we need to pay more attention to these same values and beliefs. It focuses on the stakeholders involved, potential solutions, and why it is important.
Document author:Tara Garnett
Institution:Food Climate Research Network, University of Oxford
Sustainable and Low Greenhouse Gas Emitting Rice Production in Latin America and the Caribbean: A Review on the Transition from Ideality to Reality
Author: Chirinda, Ngonidzashe Arenas, Laura Katto, María Cristina Loaiza, Sandra Correa, Fernando Isthitani, Manabu Loboguerrero, Ana Maria Martinez Baron, Deissy Graterol, Eduardo Jaramillo, Santiago Torres, Carlos Felipe Arango, Miguel Guzman, Myriam Avila, Iva
Facilitating Change for Climate-Smart Agriculture through Science-Policy Engagement
Author: Dhanush Dinesh, Robert Zougmore, Joost Vervoort, Edmond Totin, Philip K. Thornton, Dawit Solomon, Paresh Shirsath, Valerien Pede, Isabel Lopez Noriega, Peter Läderach, Jana Körner, Dries Hegger, Evan Girvetz, Anette Friis, Peter Driessen, Bruce Campbell