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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

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Both the global average per capita consumption of meat and the total amount of meat consumed are rising, driven by increasing average individual incomes and by population growth.

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This work seeks to provide clarity to the often highly polarised debate around livestock production and consumption, and the merits or otherwise of different production systems.
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El INTA Cerro Azul desarrolló un sistema que se basa en el remanente no pastoreado y permite aumentar la producción de carne en un 37 % respecto del manejo tradicional.
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Amidst fears that global warming could zap a vital source of protein that has sustained humans for centuries, bean breeders have announced the discovery of 30 new types, or lines as plant breeders refer to them, of “heat-beater” beans that could keep production from crashing in large swaths of bean-dependent Latin America and Africa.
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 Conventional agriculture isn’t cheap. From the use of artificial fertilizer and pesticides to the obesity epidemic, our current food system has a number of hidden costs to the natural environment and human health, far outweighing the benefits of cheap food.