Integrating climate change and health into food policy: An analysis of how climate change can affect food prices and population health
The inter-related nature of food, health and climate change requires a better understanding of the linkages and a greater alignment of policy across these issues to be able to adequately meet the pressing social and health challenges arising from climate change. Food price is one way through which climate change may affect health. The aim of this study of the global and Australian food systems is to provide a whole-of-system analysis of food price vulnerabilities, highlighting the key pressure...[Show more]
|Collections||ANU Research Publications|
|Source:||Food Policy 43 (2013): 56–66|
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