Integrating nutrition with ecology: balancing the health of humans and biosphere

@article{McMichael2005IntegratingNW,
  title={Integrating nutrition with ecology: balancing the health of humans and biosphere},
  author={A. McMichael},
  journal={Public Health Nutrition},
  year={2005},
  volume={8},
  pages={706 - 715}
}
Abstract Objective To show that current rates of global population growth, production and consumption of food, and use of living and physical resources, are evidently not sustainable. To consider ways in which nutrition and allied sciences can respond to this great challenge of the twenty-first century. Method Past, current and future projected trends in production and consumption patterns are examined. These show that overall present and projected patterns cannot be sustained; and also show… Expand
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