Food and Sustainability in the Twenty-First Century

      The recent release of Food and Sustainability in the Twenty-First Century, is volume 9 of the Anthropology of Food and Nutrition series. This volume has 4 editors, 14 chapters, and 227 pages, including an index. The general objective of the volume and the series as a whole is to provide cross-disciplinary perspectives on topics of contemporary interest. Sustainability lacks a consensus definition; therefore, each chapter is conceived to provide a relevant point of view, largely by example.
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