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Global Governance of Food Production and Consumption Issues and Challenges

By: Peter Oosterveer
Publisher: Edward Elgar
Global Governance of Food Production and Consumption
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About this book

The provision of food is undergoing radical transformations throughout the global community. Peter Oosterveer argues that, as a consequence, conventional national governmental regulations can no longer adequately respond to existing and emerging food risks and to environmental concerns. This book examines these challenges.

Contents

Preface; 1. Introduction; 2. Current Debates on Global Food Governance; 3. Studying the Governance of Flows of Food in the Global Network Society: A Conceptual Framework; 4. Governments and the Governance of Food; 5. Reinventing Risk Politics. Reflexive Modernity and the BSE-Crisis; 6. Governing Genetically Modified Food in the Global Network Society; 7. Turning Blue into Green?; 8. Environmental Governance of Global Food Flows: Labelling as New Arrangements?; 9. Conclusions; References.

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By: Peter Oosterveer
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