Dr Sultan Salem
Lecturer in Economics
The Department of Economics, University of Birmingham, UK
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Jagadish W (Jesi)
MSc Food Security and Development, UK; MA Economics (Nep); BL; BEd
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Yet to solve the major environmental problems the world now faces, we actually need to do both – to change the world and ourselves. In fact, it is even more nuanced than that – because changing ourselves is a prerequisite for changing the world…
Some countries have introduced mandatory nutritional labelling on menus – here’s why the UK should follow suit Dolly Theis, University of Cambridge Would you eat a burger if you knew it contained almost 6,000 calories? Some would gladly tuck in while others would recoil in horror. But if you have calories on the menu, at… Continue reading Food Menus: A Mandatory Nutritional Information
The problem is that much of this involves carbon-hungry technology, such as glasshouses heated by burning gas or vast fields of plastic polytunnels.
I stand with the climate striking students – it’s time to create a new economy Julia K. Steinberger, University of Leeds I initiated a letter of support to climate striking students – an English version of the German letter coordinated by ecologist Gregor Hagerdorn, signed by more than 1,000 academics – for many reasons. My… Continue reading Climate and Inequality : It’s Time to Create a New Economy
BY Adhip Wagle The world as we know today is changing at a rapid rate and current human capabilities combined with recent technological advances make it possible for new ground-breaking ideas and creations to come to life every hour of the day. However, the food sector is one area of change that doesn’t get as… Continue reading Food of the world: 10 years from today
Kelly Reed, University of Oxford What we eat can harm not only our health, but the planet itself. About a quarter of all the greenhouse gas emissions that humans generate each year come from how we feed the world. Most of them are methane released by cattle, nitrogen oxides from chemical fertilisers and carbon dioxide… Continue reading Feeding the world: Archaeological and historical aspects
What they did and did not do in the past were the reasons for those consequences from which humanity has been at risk.
India: widespread food insecurity may be damaging children’s ability to learn – and the future economy Jasmine Fledderjohann, Lancaster University; Elisabetta Aurino, Imperial College London, and Sukumar Vellakkal, Birla Institute of Technology and Science There has been an impressive expansion in school enrolment in India since the early 2000s. Despite this, India is in the… Continue reading Food security and learning ability in India :
Creating awareness from the poetry on the food system, humanity and nature The stags were sleeping with their wife With an innocent infant baby But a city seeker A so-called creator Suddenly came and shot them all To make the most beautiful city! Thousands of stags were killed to create a city Oh! Creator!?… Continue reading A City | Poetry
US reportedly opposed deal, which follows concerns that villages in Indonesia, Thailand and Malaysia had ‘turned into dumpsites’ Almost all the world’s countries have agreed on a deal aimed at restricting shipments of hard-to-recycle plastic waste to poorer countries, the United Nations announced on Friday. Exporting countries – including the US – now will have to obtain… Continue reading We hate pollution and love planet; but they hate us…
Food trade: The EU and the US on Brexit https://income5.wordpress.com/2019/04/24/food-trade-eu-us-uk-brexit/ — Read on income5.wordpress.com/2019/04/24/food-trade-eu-us-uk-brexit/
The population growth is unlimited but the capacity of the earth to sustain its services is limited. Due to increasing human activities on land, water, air and overall environment; a severe stress on ecosystem has surfaced since the 1950s. Four of nine planetary boundaries (environmental limits within which humanity can safely operate) have now been… Continue reading Human’s ill activities against eco-system
At last Brexit – the Britons mandate to leave EU from the referendum of 2016 – it seems it is not only an interest of British people and an outcome of using democratic right but it has also been a big game plan of international trade. Acoording to the JRF’s research report ‘low skills and… Continue reading Food trade: The EU and the US on Brexit
Join Permaculture Summit Permaculture Association developing a shared agenda to shift power over our democracy, economy and environment to people and communities across Britain. The event takes place at Potbank ApartHotel at the Spode Works Factory, Stoke-on-Trent over 8-10 May 2019 The cost of attending CTRL-Shift depends on what type and size of organisation you… Continue reading Permaculture Summit
It was nice to participate in a discussion program with the concerns on “Ensuring Food Security for Vulnerable”. The presentation program was organised by the Enablement Nepal. The INGO works for the well-being of vulnerable people in Nepal especially in the field of physical accessibility where the person with disability has been facing immense barrier… Continue reading Ensuring food security for vulnerable
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