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"Against a backdrop of increasing food insecurity in OECD countries, Riches' examination of food banking reveals the extent to which ‘Big Food’ and privatized food charity have well and truly moved into the spaces left by retreating neoliberal governments. Beyond the food drives, celebrity endorsement, smiling volunteers and government legislated tax incentives, this book documents the juggernaut that is global food banking. Despite being a thorn in the side of many ‘primary duty bearers’, rights-based approaches to food offer promise as an effective counterweight to slow the progress of the foodbank juggernaut and reclaim public policy."
— Dr. Sue Booth, Flinders University, Australia
"This innovative textbook in the growing field of sustainable consumption studies tackles questions of power, social equity and environmental limits, whilst it also considers different representations of consumption in relation to everyday life. Middlemiss grapples with big questions in a highly accessible and inviting manner. I look forward to putting the book to immediate use in my classroom."
— Marlyne Sahakian, founding member of SCORAI Europe, and Assistant Professor in Sociology, University of Geneva, Switzerland
"The sustainability of chemicals and application technologies used to produce fashion garments has become a critical issue for brands and manufacturing industries. This has also started to become a concern at the end consumer level, and Denim, being the King of Fashion, is under scrutiny on eco-tox issues. Paulina Szmydke-Cacciapalle provides deep insight into this increasingly topical matter and describes in a very clear way the current challenges and options for a brighter blue denim."
— Miguel Sanchez, Head Global Business Development, Denim & Casualwear, Archroma
It draws on four books which address three themes central to understanding how pathways emerge in agriculture, and how sustainability, is or indeed is not, generated. The three themes are: framing (how we understand agriculture and its roles in development), practice (how agriculture and agricultural research is carried out, and by whom) and governance (how agriculture is regulated and controlled).
In this exclusive blog post, Pamela Mason and Tim Lang, authors of Sustainable Diets: How Ecological Nutrition Can Transform Consumption and the Food System argue for the need to address the huge problems within the food system by shifting what we eat.
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Megan explains in her new book why rapid global tourism development requires new educational, business, policy and environmental solutions. Here she answers our questions about issues surrounding her book. Read Megan Epler Wood interview
Marilyn Waite, author of Sustainability at Work: Careers that make a difference has written three articles that will help everyone who wants to have both a successful career and a career that makes a positive difference in society.