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Upstream: Salmon and Society in the Pacific Northwest
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written by United States. National Research Council. Committee on Protection and Management of Pacific Northwest Anadromous Salmonids (District of Columbia: National Academy Press, 1996, originally published 1996),
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written by United States. National Research Council. Committee on Protection and Management of Pacific Northwest Anadromous Salmonids (District of Columbia: National Academy Press, 1996, originally published 1996),
Source: www.nap.edu
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Islands at Risk: Genetic Engineering in Hawai‘i
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directed by Joan Lander, fl. 1957 and Puhipau, 1937-2016; produced by Joan Lander, fl. 1957 and Puhipau, 1937-2016, EarthJustice and Nā Maka o ka ‘Āina (Video production) (Kau, HI: Nā Maka o ka ‘Āina (Video production), 2006), 29 mins
Hawai'i farmers, teachers, legal and medical experts and community activists share their perspectives on GMO's (Genetically Modified Organisms), the genetic engineering of crops and the patenting of life forms. "Hawai'i has been called the GMO testing capitol of the world because we have had more than 2,000 field...
directed by Joan Lander, fl. 1957 and Puhipau, 1937-2016; produced by Joan Lander, fl. 1957 and Puhipau, 1937-2016, EarthJustice and Nā Maka o ka ‘Āina (Video production) (Kau, HI: Nā Maka o ka ‘Āina (Video production), 2006), 29 mins
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Global Food Security in the 21st Century
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(Reston, VA: United States. Geological Survey, 2012, originally published 2012),
Source: online.wr.usgs.gov
(Reston, VA: United States. Geological Survey, 2012, originally published 2012),
Source: online.wr.usgs.gov
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Food in Environmental Studies
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written by Alexander Street (2016), 1 page(s)
As the earth’s population grows to 9 billion people, the amount of resources needed to produce enough food continues to rise. With food production taking over an estimated 50% of the earth’s surface, it’s necessary to question the sustainability of the food production and consumption practices worldwide. W...
written by Alexander Street (2016), 1 page(s)
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Pesticides in the Diets of Infants and Children
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written by United States. National Research Council. Committee on Pesticides in the Diets of Infants and Children (District of Columbia: National Academy Press, 1993, originally published 1993),
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written by United States. National Research Council. Committee on Pesticides in the Diets of Infants and Children (District of Columbia: National Academy Press, 1993, originally published 1993),
Source: www.nap.edu
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UVM Campus Food and Energy Seminars
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written by University of Vermont. Food Systems Initiative (Burlington, VT: University of Vermont. Food Systems Initiative, 2014, originally published 2014),
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written by University of Vermont. Food Systems Initiative (Burlington, VT: University of Vermont. Food Systems Initiative, 2014, originally published 2014),
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Sludge Diet
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directed by Mario Desmarais; produced by André Mailly, fl. 2010 (Montréal, QC: CinéFête, 2006), 55 mins
Sewage sludge - tons of industrial and municipal sludge is spread each year on arable land. The food that we eat is thus produced on land fertilized by digester sludge containing dangerous substances. The consequences have been disastrous: death, diseases and heavy metal poisoning. In meetings with victims from Ca...
directed by Mario Desmarais; produced by André Mailly, fl. 2010 (Montréal, QC: CinéFête, 2006), 55 mins
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Architects of Change, Season 3, Episode 5, Architects of Taste
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directed by Jean Bourbonnais, in Architects of Change, Season 3, Episode 5 (Montréal, QC: CinéFête, 2009), 52 mins
On a global scale, we produce more food than we are able to consume. However, millions of people in the world go hungry every day. Nevertheless, we can tackle the issue by raising awareness and concentrating on food aid. The challenge is not only to feed the world, but above all to educate it. This plan of attack...
directed by Jean Bourbonnais, in Architects of Change, Season 3, Episode 5 (Montréal, QC: CinéFête, 2009), 52 mins
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Treading Water
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directed by Jesse Dizard, fl. 2011; produced by Alva Productions (Chico, CA: Advanced Laboratory for Visual Anthropology, 2013), 28 mins
Facing an uncertain future, Californians confront their own reflection in the mirror of water scarcity. In the new normal of what once was the California dream, activists, commercial fishermen, farmers, Indians and local politicians share their anxieties and reveal their values in an effort to find common cause, i...
directed by Jesse Dizard, fl. 2011; produced by Alva Productions (Chico, CA: Advanced Laboratory for Visual Anthropology, 2013), 28 mins
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Architects of Change, Season 1, Episode 7, Economics of Taste
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directed by Sylvain Braun, in Architects of Change, Season 1, Episode 7 (Montréal, QC: CinéFête, 2009), 52 mins
In farmers' fields around the world, major issues have arisen surrounding intensive agriculture, mechanisation, standardization of farming practices and the use of chemical products.
directed by Sylvain Braun, in Architects of Change, Season 1, Episode 7 (Montréal, QC: CinéFête, 2009), 52 mins
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