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Putting all foods on the same table: achieving sustainable food systems requires full accounting

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posted on 2023-05-22, 03:49 authored by Halpern, BS, Richard CottrellRichard Cottrell, Julia BlanchardJulia Blanchard, Bouwman, L, Froehlich, HE, Gephart, JA, Jacobsen, NS, Kuempel, CD, McIntyre, PB, Metian, M, Moran, DD, Kirsty NashKirsty Nash, Tobben, J, Williams, DR
Improving global food systems is essential to addressing climate change, mitigating biodiversity loss, and meeting both sustainability and human development goals. International assessments from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and Intergovernmental Science- Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services and business and technology innovations such as lab-grown and plant-based meat, as well as many consumer diet trends, can all be traced to studies that identify undesirable impacts of certain food systems. Yet the evidence underpinning many widely touted recommendations about what to grow and eat is remarkably sparse and generally biased.

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Publication title

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of The United States of America

Volume

116

Issue

37

Pagination

18152-18156

ISSN

0027-8424

Department/School

Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies

Publisher

Natl Acad Sciences

Place of publication

2101 Constitution Ave Nw, Washington, USA, Dc, 20418

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Primary products from animals not elsewhere classified

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