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Handbook of Climate Change Across the Food Supply Chain

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Genere:Libro
Lingua: Inglese
Editore:

Springer

Pubblicazione: 04/2022
Edizione: 1st ed. 2022





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This book presents climate change as a global phenomenon which affects the entire food chain. Many studies analyzing environmental impacts of food systems confirm significant effects of food production on climate change. Most of them associate primary production with emission of greenhouse gasses identified as one of the causes resulting in warming the atmosphere and global climate effects. A wider perspective shows that the food chains start at farms with consumers being at the end of the pipeline. This approach emphasizes the role of the entire food chain highlighting different kinds of environmental impacts affecting climate change.

On the other side, temperature changes and variations of precipitation patterns, together with extreme weather events and water reduction, are recognized as predictors for producing less food, decreased food quality, new food safety risks, biodiversity losses, and depletion of resources associated with food production in modified circumstances. Last but not least, these effects introduce new threats known as food security where some assumptions stress that almost one billion of people are hungry not receiving enough food as a result of climate changes. As a result, the UN highlights the need for combating climate change and promotes sustainable (food) consumption and production.

Based on the perceived need to promote and disseminate information on climate change related to food system, the “Handbook of Climate change across the food supply chain” is being produced. The publication compiles information, experiences, practical initiatives, and projects around the subject matter and makes it available to a wide audience. It is expected that the “Handbook of Climate change across the food supply chain” makes many benefits of climate service clearer and, inter alia, leads to an increase in the demand for such important services.






Sommario

Part 1-  Climate Change and Food Production Aspects

Chapter 1

Global Climate Agreements and Policy translation in the Brazilian Agriculture: more of the same

Leticia Andrea Chechi, Cátia Grisa

Chapter 2

The Journey of Darjeeling Tea Gardens over Decades in the Eyes of the Satellite

Masuma Begum, Niloy Pramanick, Debashis Mitra, Abhra Chanda, Sugata Hazra,  Anirban Mukhopadhyay

Chapter 3

A New Diet: News on Food Habits and Climate Change

Cynthia Arantes Ferreira Luderer

Chapter 4

Perspectives and limitations of urban agriculture in transition economies: A case study in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Aleksandra Nikolic, Mirza Uzunovic, Alen Mujcinovic

Chapter 5

Integrated Assessment Tools in Support of Futuristic Climate Change Towards Rice Production Nigeria

Oseni Taiwo Amoo, Hameed Olabode Ojugbele, Abdultaofeek Abayomi, Pushpendra Kumar Singh, Motebang Dominic Vincent Nakin

Chapter 6

Climate change in the Horn of Africa drylands: domestication of Yeheb as a climate-smart agricultural mitigation strategy to protect the regional food chain

Jose M. Prieto, Muna Ismail, Valentina Cattero, Moinuddin Amrelia, Scott Darby, Francis Evans

Chapter 7

Food Security and Climate Change Readiness: Navigating the Politics of Dams, Irrigation and Community Resilience in Zimbabwe

Innocent Chirisa, Marcyline Chivenge, George Makunde, Percy Toriro, Thembani Moyo

Chapter 8

Edible flora as a sustainable resource for world food

Ángel Eduardo Vázquez-Martin, Noé Aguilar-Rivera

Chapter 9

The utility of agri-compatible virtual resource flows for food security policy and strategy under climate change

David Oscar Yawson

Chapter 10

Yield Sensitivity of Some Crops to Climatic Factors and Enterprise Models for Adoption of Maize Breeds in Nigeria

Mmaduabuchukwu Mkpado, Chika Ifejirika, Chinwe Egbunonu

Chapter 11

Dietary shifts to mitigate climate crises: Barriers, motivations and willingness

Zahra Saleh Ahmed

Chapter 12

Integrating remotely sensed soil moisture in assessing effects of climate change on food production: A review of applications in crop production in Africa

Martin Munashe Chari, Hamisai Hamandawana, Leocadia Zhou

Chapter 13

Impact of climate variability on maize production in South Africa

Newton. R. Matandirotya, Pepukai Manjeru, Dirk.P. Cilliers, Roelof.P. Burger, Terence Mushore

Part 2- Adaptation  processes and approaches

Chapter 14

Hybrid Application of LCA to Analyze the Global Warming Potential of Food Supply Chain

Amin Nikkhah, Sam Van Haute

Chapter 15

The Challenges of Food Sovereignty’s Program by Global Climate Change in Tropical Ecosystem in Indonesia

Cahyono Agus, Meilania Nugraheni, Margaretha Arnita Wuri, Ambar Pertiwiningrum, Nur Aini Iswati Hasanah, Catur Sugiyanto, Handojo Hadi Nurjanto, Enggal Primananda

Chapter 16

Climate change risk assessment and adaptation measures in the food supply chain – perceptions and responses of buying firms

Esther Hoffmann, Patrick Schöpflin

Chapter 17

Consumers’ Motivations towards Environment-Friendly Dietary Changes: An Assessment of Trends Related to the Consumption of Animal Products

Rallou Thomopoulos, Nicolas Salliou, Patrick Taillandier, Alberto Tonda

Chapter 18

Environmental impact of climate change on crop production

Branka Žarkovic, Vesna Radovanovic

Chapter 19

Climate change effects on agricultural production systems in Mexico

Christian Michel-Cuello,  Noé Aguilar-Rivera

Chapter 20

A holistic approach to address food safety risks and climate change adaptation – Insights from Burundi

David Betge

Chapter 21

Climate Change and Poverty: Coping Strategies Adopted By Female-Headed Households in Zimbabwe

Munyaradzi Admire Dzvimbo, Colleen Thabiso Ncube, Kelvin Zhanda, Ngonidzashe Mutanana

Chapter 22

Exploring  climate change impacts on smallholder farmers in Mhondoro-Ngezi District, Zimbabwe

Munyaradzi Admire Dzvimbo, Abraham Rajab Matamanda, Albert Mawonde, Freddy Magijani

Chapter 23

An analysis of the impacts of climate on the agricultural sector in Malta: a climatological and agronomic study

Charles Galdies, Anthony Meli

Chapter 24

Climate change and food insecurity: risks and responses in Bulilima District of                                             Zimbabwe

Douglas Nyathi, Joram Ndlovu, Keith Phiri, Natalie E Muzvaba

Chapter 25

Exploring Mechanisms of Using Seasonal Climate Information to Drive Humanitarian Logistics Preparedness

Minchul Sohn

Chapter 26

Effects of climate change on food production in semi-arid areas: A case study of Uzumba Maramba Pfungwe District, Zimbabwe

Juliet Gwenzi, Paramu L Mafongoya, Emmanuel Mashonjowa

Chapter 27

Growing Climate Change impacts on hydrological drought and food security in District Peshawar, Pakistan

Muhammad Idrees, Naeem Shahzad, Fatima Afzal

Chapter 28

Climate Change and Food Supply Chain: implication and action needed

Walter Leal Filho











Altre Informazioni

ISBN:

9783030879334

Condizione: Nuovo
Collana: Climate Change Management
Dimensioni: 235 x 155 mm Ø 922 gr
Formato: Copertina rigida
Illustration Notes:XV, 489 p. 98 illus., 86 illus. in color.
Pagine Arabe: 489
Pagine Romane: xv


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