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This book addresses the worldwide demanding situations of meals and water protection in a quickly altering and complicated global. The essays spotlight the hyperlinks among bio-physical and socio-cultural techniques, making connections among neighborhood and worldwide scales, and concentrating on the standard practices of consuming and consuming, crucial for human survival. Written by way of overseas specialists, every one contribution is research-based yet obtainable to the overall public.
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