Global Governance of Food Production and Consumption: Issues and Challenges
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2007 M01 1 - 294 pages
The provision of food is undergoing radical transformations throughout the global community. Peter Oosterveer argues that, as a consequence, conventional national governmental regulations can no longer adequately respond to existing and emerging food risks and to environmental concerns. This book examines these challenges.
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