2 edition of Safeguarding water and food supplies found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||Science to the rescue: adapting to climate change|
|LC Classifications||TD223 .C726 2013|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011052044|
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Safeguarding Our Water Growing Food Waterwith Lesswith less more The Author SANDRA POSTEL directs the Global Water Policy Project in Amherst, Mass., and is a visiting senior lecturer in environ-mental studies at Mount Holyoke College. She is also a senior fellow of the World-watch Institute, where she served as vice president for research from. The food industry is in the process of adapting itself more strongly than previously to the demands and needs for quality products. Tightening up the legal framework of conditions and the internationalization of the markets are compelling a further development of concern over quality and its purposeful application.
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Get this from a library. Safeguarding water and food supplies. [Joe Craig, (Producer)] -- Discusses the state of the world's water supply, explains how human activity has threatened global food and water supplies, and suggests actions that can be taken to safeguard food and water supplies.
One billion people in the world do not have access to safe water. Half of the world's hospitalizations are because of water-related diseases. Approximately one and a half million children die every year from water-borne diseases.
Food production and water supplies are inseparably linked to the climate, and the Earth's climate is changing. USDA's National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) funds the IR-4 Program ("Inter-Regional Project #4"), which was established more than 50 years ago and is headquartered at Rutgers University.
The IR-4 funds laboratories that test pesticides intended to protect specialty crops. The Agency also worked in the areas of water for food, water resources management, water productivity, and water related disaster risk reduction, investing $36, in these important efforts to make a more water-secure world.
(More information on water programming investments can be found on page 7.). Buy Guidance on safeguarding the quality of public water supplies on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders Guidance on safeguarding the quality of public water supplies: : Books. Demand for water, energy and food will rise The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) is investing £ million to safeguard the UK's water, energy and food the world's population due to grow to eight billion byhumanity is facing a crisis with predictions of increasing demand and shortages of water, energy and food.
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de Haen stated that there is now broad agreement among experts that to achieve the nutrition related Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and ultimately food and nutrition security for all requires pursuing a double goal: (1) Alleviate hunger and malnutrition on a sustainable basis and (2) Create conditions for meeting.
UN food agency warns of deadline for dwindling water supplies, urges government action also aimed at safeguarding water resources.
Without such. West Basin Municipal Water District’s harvest festival educates attendees on safeguarding water supplies Families and residents enjoyed games, shows, food and a kids costume contest.
Noted water conservation expert, Amy Vickers, author of the book Water Conservation, defines water conservation as: “Beneficial reduction in water loss, waste or use.” Water conservation includes all of the policies, programs and practices designed to. food production.
Economic growth and social development also are impacted by lack of water and sanitation. People without ready access to household water supplies spend significant time obtaining water. The responsibility usually falls to women and children and takes away from productive activities like education and employment.
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