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Te list of references is very long, so to help the reader to fnd some important reports and papers on
some of the issues dealt with in A Viable Food Future, we have in this annex listed a few. Below are some
recommendations from the editor. Several issues are listed below, but they are all interlinked and most
of the books, reports and papers are dealing with more than one of the issues..

Overall literature

ActionAid & FoodFirst. 2009. Smalholder Solutions to Hunger, Poverty and Climate Change
Altieri, M. 2000. Modern Agriculture: Ecological impacts and the possibilities for truly sustainable
farming. (http://www.cnr.berkeley.edu/~agroeco3/modern_agriculture.html)
ETC -group. 2009. Who Will Feed Us? Questions for the Food and Climate Crises.
Greenpeace. 2009. Agriculture at a Crossroads: Food for Survival (www.greenpeace.org/international/
Holt-Giménez, Eric & Patel, Raj. 2009. Food Rebellions! (www.foodfrst.org/en/node/2387)
IAASTD - International Assessment of Agricultural Knowledge, Science and Technology for
Development. 2008. Executive Summary of the Synthesis Report.
(www.agassessment.org and www.iaastd.net)
IAASTD - International Assessment of Agricultural Knowledge, Science and Technology for
Development . 2008. (www.agassessment.org and www.iaastd.net)
Lang, Tim; Barling, David & Caraher, Martin. 2009. Food Policy; integrating health, environment and
society. Oxfort University Press. (http://ukcatalogue.oup.com/product/9780198567882.do)
Mazoyer, M. & Roudart, L.2006. A History of world agriculture from the Neolithic age to the current
crisis. Monthly Review.
Pretty, J. & Dixon, J. & Hine, R.E. & Penning de Vries, F.W.T. & Morison, J. I.L. 2006. Resource-
Conserving Agriculture Increases Yields in Developing Countries. Environmental Science &
Technology. Vol. 40, NO. 4 2006.
Pretty J. 2008. Agricultural sustainability: concepts, principles and evidence. Philosophical Transactions
of the Royal Society, 363: 447-465.
Policies and actions to eradicate hunger and malnutrition. 2009. (www.eradicatehunger.org)
Pollan, Michael. 2006. Te Omnivore’s dilemma, a natural history of four meals.
Smedshaug, Christian Anton. 2010. Feeding the World in the 21st Century. A Historical Analysis of
Agriculture and Society (http://tinyurl.com/2wnk2fw)
UK Food Group Briefng. 2010. Securing future food: towards ecological food provision.

Biofuel / Agrofuel

FAO. (2008). Eide, Asbjørn. Te Right to Food and Liquid Biofuel (Agrofuel),
UNEP. 2009. Towards sustainable production and use of resources: Assessing Biofuel.
Via Campesina. 2009. Industrial Agrofuels Fuel Hunger and Poverty. Te Via Campesina Notebookss
No 1 November 2009. (http://viacampesina.net/downloads/AGROFUELS/EN/LVC-AGROFUEL7.pdf)



Money, Pat. 2010. BANG. What next? Collusion, convergence or changes in course? (Book in print,
September 2010) (www.etcgroup.org)
Swedish Society for Nature Conservation. 2009. Retooling the planet.
Friends of the Earth International. 2010. Who benefts from GM crops?

Climate change and agriculture

EcoNexus, Biofuelwatch, Grupo de Refexion Rural. NOAH - Friends of the Earth Denmark Te
Development Fund, Norway. 2009. Agriculture and Climate Change – Real Problems, False
solutions. (http://www.econexus.info/pdf/Agriculture_climate_change_copenhagen_2009.pdf)
Efects of Industrial Agriculture on Global Warming and the Potential of Small-Scale Agroecological
Techniques to Reverse those Efects. A report to Via Campesina by Te New World Agriculture and
Ecology Group (November 20, 2009)
Ensor J. & Berger, R. 2009. Understanding Climate Change Adaptation. Practical Action Publishing.
GECHS - University of Oslo & Te Development Fund - Norway. 2008. More Tan Rain: identifying
sustainable pathways for climate adaptation and poverty reduction.
GRAIN. 2009. Te climate crisis is a food crisis-Small farmers can cool the planet - A way out of the
mayhem caused by the industrial food system. (http://www.grain.org/o/?id=93)
Bibliography: (www.grain.org/front_fles/climatecrisisrefs.pdf)
Manifesto on climate change and the future of food security. Te International Commission on the
Future of Food and Agriculture. (www.future-food.org)
STERN REVIEW. 2006. Te Economics of Climate Change. (http://tinyurl.com/27tl6ch)
Via Campesina. 2009. Small Scale Sustainable Farmers are Cooling the Earth.
Wrights, Julia. 2010. Feeding Nine Billion in a Low Emissions Economy – Simple, though Not Easy. A
review of the literature for the Overseas Development Institute.


Brown, Lester R. 2009. Plan B 4.0. Mobilizing to Save Civilization
Global Footprint Network. 2010. Te Ecological Wealth of Nations–Earth’s biocapacity as a new
framework for international cooperation.
Millennium Ecosystem Assessment. 2005. Living Beyond Our Means . Natural Assets and Human
Well-Being. Statement from the Board.
UNEP 2010: Dead Planet, Living Planet. Biodiversity and Ecosystem Restoration for Sustainable
Development. (www.grida.no/_res/site/fle/publications/dead-planet/RRAecosystems_screen.pdf)
UNEP 2008. Biodiversity and Agriculture. Safeguarding Biodiversity and Securing Food for the World.
UNEP. 2010. Green Economy Report. (http://www.unep.org/greeneconomy/)


Food sovereignty

Desmarais, Annette; Wiebe, Nettie & Wittman, Hannah. 2010. Food Sovereignty: Reconnecting Food
Nature and Community (Will be released in October 2010) (www.foodfrst.org/en/node/3106)
Nyeleni 2007 Forum for Food Sovereignty. Synthesis report. (www.nyeleni.org)
Pimbert, Michel. 2009. Towards food sovereignty: reclaiming autonomous food systems. IIED.
Windfuhr, Michael and Johnsén, Jennie. 2005. Food Sovereignty: Towards Democracy in Localized
Food Systems. www.ukabc.org/foodsovpaper.htm

Green revolution

ActionAid. 2009. Assessing the Alliance for Green Revolution in Africa.
(www.actionaid.org/docs/aai report_assessing agra.pdf)
Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA) (www.agra-alliance.org/)
Daño, Elenita C. 2007. Unmasking the New Green Revolution in Africa. Motives, Players and
Dynamics.Tird World Network, Church Development Service (EED) & African Centre for
Biosafety, (http://www.twnside.org.sg/title2/par/Unmasking.the.green.revolution.pdf)
Shiva, Vandana. 1992. Te violence of the Green Revolution.
Mittal, Anuradha & Moore, Melissa (editors): Voices from Africa. African farmers and
environmentalists speak out against a new green revolution in Africa. Te Oakland Institute.

Land grabbing

Cotula, Lorenzo.;Vermeulen, Sonja; Leonard Rebeca & Keeley, James. 2009. Land grab or development
oportunity? iied, FAO and IFAD 2009.
Daniel, Shepard & Mittal, Anuradha. 2009. Te Great Land Grab. Rush for World’s Farmland Treatens
Food Security for the Poor. Oakland Institute.
Daniel, Shepard & Mittal, Anuradha. 2010. (Mis)investment in Agriculture. Oakland Institute.
Graham, Alison; Aubry, Sylvain; Künnemann ,Rolf & Sofía Monsalve Suárez. 2010. “Advancing African
Agriculture” (AAA): Te Impact of Europe’s Policies and Practices on African Agriculture and Food
Security. Land Grab Study. FIAN
GRAIN: World Bank report on land grabbing: Beyond the smoke and mirrors
Tething, Hans & Brekke, Brita. 2010. Land Investment or Land grab? A critical view from Tanzania
and Mozambique. Spire - Norway (www.utviklingsfondet.no/flestore/Rapport.pdf)
World Bank. 2010. Rising Global Interest in Farmland: Can it yield sustainable and equitable benefts?

The right to adequate food

De Schutter, Olivier. 2009. Te Right to Food and the political economy of hunger 26th McDougall
Memorial Lecture held at the 36th Session of the FAO Conference, November 2009


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