Biodiversity, food and nutrition: a new agenda for sustainable food systems

Biodiversity, food and nutrition: a new agenda for sustainable food systems / Hunter, Danny, Borelli, Teresa, Gee, Eliot, .Londres : Routledge, 2020.

Part I: Why biodiversity for food and nutrition?
Chapter 1: Nourishing people, nurturing the environment: biodiversity for food systems transformation and healthier diets
Chapter 2: Challenges and impacts of poor diets and nutrition
Chapter 3: Evidence for the role of biodiversity in supporting healthy, diverse diets and nutrition
Chapter 4: From uniformity to diversity: the potential of agroecology to transform food systems

Part II: The Biodiversity for Food and Nutrition (BFN) Project
Chapter 5: The ABC of mainstreaming biodiversity for food and nutrition: concepts, theory and practice

Part III: Future opportunities and directions
Chapter 6: Biodiversity, food systems and urban-rural linkages
Chapter 7: Diversifying public food procurement and school feeding
Chapter 8: Food biodiversity, local sourcing and consumers: gastronomy as a critical interface
Chapter 9: Linking food biodiversity and food traditions to food tourism in Small Island Developing States (SIDS)
Chapter 10: Start me up! Food biodiversity and youth-led innovations
Chapter 11: Neglected no more: reframing the food systems narrative using agricultural biodiversity

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