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  • Food ; Food aid ; Food crisis ; Food security ; Globalization ; Natural hazards
  • The six articles deal with the dimension and dynamic of globalizing food crises ; the food crisis and food security in the emerging economy of India ; the urban food crisis in Cairo, the exposure and resistance ; urban food security with creative
  • agricultural utilization of the urban areas (for example under high voltage cables) with case studies of Tanzania and Philippines; from food aid towards food assistance, food security in times of global food scarcity ; climate change with floods and storms
  • and the consequences for food security. - (IfL)
  • Food policy conflicts in food-deficit developing countries
  • Bangladesh ; Conflict ; Food ; Food policy ; Food production ; Government intervention ; Malnutrition ; Third World
  • The paper concentrates on answering these food policy questions for food-deficit developing countries, taking detailed examples from Bangladesh but pointing out similarities and differences elsewhere in the third world. Conflicts are generally seen
  • Metropolitan food systems in developing countries: the perspective of urban metabolism
  • Cities of hunger. Urban food systems in developing countries
  • Food ; Food consumption ; Food security ; Social reproduction ; Third World ; Town ; Urban supply
  • The paper focuses on urban food metabolism, by using the concept of the food system which includes the sub-systems of production, supply, distribution and consumption of food.
  • The Food Stamp Program and low-income household's food purchases
  • From food security to food insecurity : the case of Iraq, 1990-1991
  • Food ; Food resources ; Food security ; Health ; Iraq ; Malnutrition
  • The A. explains Iraq's precipitous decline into food insecurity following its military invasion of Kuwait. Food security and insecurity are defined and examined in Iraq context. Five vulnerabilities are identified that are activated by international
  • retaliation against Iraq. The emergence and intensification of food insecurity are analyzed step by step, followed by consideration of how food security might be restored.
  • Availability, affordability and accessibility of food in Khartoum
  • Cities of hunger. Urban food systems in developing countries
  • Food ; Food consumption ; Food security ; Khartoum ; Poverty ; Sudan ; Urban supply
  • In Khartoum, availability of food is not a major constraint in the dynamics of the food system. Of more significance for the configuration of the space of vulnerability are the processes related to affordability and accessibility.
  • Population, resources and food : the World between today and tomorrow
  • Food ; Food needs ; Food production ; Food resources ; Population ; Population census ; Population growth
  • Conscious of the University of Kiel's motto of Pax optima a rerum, my aim in this fairly non technical addron is to overview the world's situation with regard to population, resources and food : where we are, how we got there and where we might
  • The significance and structure of hotel food supply in Jamaica
  • In Jamaica, hotel food demand does not provide overall a major stimulus for food production. Hotel food supply is dominated by a few large and modern wholesale firms that supply mainly imported food and by individual suppliers who provide locally
  • produced food. (MPM).
  • Food security, food systems and livelihoods : competing explanations of hunger.
  • The geography of vulnerable food systems
  • Food ; Food consumption ; Food production ; Food security ; Hunger ; Living conditions ; Political economy
  • The place of food : mapping out the local in local food systems
  • Community ; Concept ; Food ; Place ; Regional analysis ; Terroir
  • Climatic change and food problems
  • Extrait des communications présentées au Symposium Climatic change and food production du 24 Congrès géographique international de Tokyo (1980).
  • Technological change and household food supply in a West African maritime economy
  • Development ; Economic geography ; Fishing ; Fishing technique ; Food ; Food consumption ; Food security ; Sierra Leone
  • food security. - (DWG)
  • Food consumption and nutrition in rural areas of Madhya Pradesh, India (with special reference to Sagar division)
  • Consumer habit ; Countryside ; Food ; Food consumption ; India ; Madhya Pradesh ; Village
  • The A. presents systematic and interpretative analyses of per capita foodstuffs consumption and nutritional level in the rural areas of Sagar division. The survey reveals that the existing food habits in the villages lead to an imbalance of food
  • Famine ; Food ; Food aid ; Food needs ; Food production ; Regionalization ; World
  • The paper is concerned on the problems of potential possibilities of food production in world scale as well as its geographical differentiation. A special attention has been drawn to the distribution of food and to the world regions of hunger.
  • Social change and fresh-food marketing in Singapore
  • There are changes in the patterns of food consumption, marketing behaviour, fresh food supplies and their distributing systems. The A. analyses how several factors have affected the changes, examines the major elements of the fresh-food distributing
  • systems, and outlines the problems of spatial conflict between the formal and informal sectors in fresh-food retailing.
  • A preliminary study of food problem in China and its countermeasures
  • China is and also will be confronted with serious difficulties in feeding its population because of scarce agricultural land resources and the rapidly growing food consumption needs. To cope with this situation, it is necessary to increase food
  • production by making full utilization of food resources, intensifying agricultural land use, changing import structure of grain, and controlling non-essential food import.
  • Distribution of local food activity in England and Wales : an index of food relocalization
  • Agribusiness ; England and Wales ; Food production ; Index ; Industry ; Marketing ; United Kingdom
  • Cet article cherche à identifier des zones de production alimentaires existantes en Angleterre et au pays de Galles à travers un indice de relocalisation alimentaire (Index of Food Relocalization).
  • Regional changes in food poverty in India
  • Agricultural production ; Data ; Famine;Starvation ; Food ; Food consumption ; Food resources ; India ; Malnutrition ; Poverty ; Regional disparities
  • Using average nutritive values of food actually consumed by individuals, the paper identifies regional concentration of hunger (food poverty) and its changes over time (1973-83) in rural India. There is a heavy concentration of hunger in the coastal
  • states which has persisted over time. Hunger seams to have increased in the states that are relatively prosperous. However there has been a general improvement in the quality of food intake.
  • Solving Africa's food problem
  • The food crisis in prehistory: overpopulation