In the last decade, the world has grown richer and produced more food than ever before. Yet in that same period, hunger has increased and 925 million remain underfed and malnourished. Exploring this troubling paradox, The Feeding of Nations: Re-Defining Food Security for the 21st Century offers a glimpse into how the simple aspiration of global foo
Food Security: What Is It, How and Who Does It Affect? Food Security: What Is It? Good Nutrition: A Basic Introduction. Bad �Mal'-nutrition: The Physiology of Hunger. Food Security: The Global Picture. History: A Fledgling Construct. Sociocultural Evolution. Governance, Philosophy, Politics and Economics. Science, Technology and Philosophy. History: Twentieth Century. Twentieth Century: The Feeding of Nations-A New Global Enthusiasm. The Inter-War Years 1919-1939. World War Two: 1939-1945. The Post-War Years. The Development Decade: 1960s. Famine, Oil and the Food Crisis: 1970s. The Lost Development Decade: 1980s. The Era of the Conference: 1990s. The Twenty-First Century: Ideological Convergence? A Sectoral Analysis: Food Security and� Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries. Science and Technology. Socio-Cultural. Health and Nutrition. Environment and Natural Resources. Governance, Politics and Economics. The Final Analysis-Food Security. Origins: Aetiology and Etymology-Dispelling the Myths. Causality and Future Research. Redefining Food Security. Food for Thought: Discussion and Considerations. Closing Remarks. Appendices. Appendix A: Country Classifications. Appendix B: Mortality Categories. Appendix C: The Gibson Framework of Food Security. Appendix D: Metabolism. Appendix E: Micronutrients. Appendix F: Malnutrition-Its Assessment and Measurement. Appendix G: Biological Systematics. Appendix H: Millennium Development Goals. Appendix I: Global Warming-The Basics. Appendix J: Energy Sources. Appendix K: Stakeholders. Appendix L: Conversion Rates. Appendix M: Glossary.