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China and India’s GDP Will Be Hit Hardest by Global Food Price Shock. UNEPFI, 2016
ERISC PHASE II: How Food Prices Link Environmental Constraints to Sovereign Credit Risk. UNEPFI & Global Footprint Network, 2016
Soil Degradation – a Major Threat to Humanity. Sustainable Food Trust, 2015
Local Flow Regulation and Irrigation Raise Global Human Water Consumption and Footprint. Science Magazine, 2015
Changing Recruitment Capacity in Global Fish Stocks. PNAS, 2015
Population, Food Security and Global Climate Change. Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health, 2015
The Economics of Land Degradation Publications. ELD, 2011 – 2015
Aqueduct Projected Water Stress Country Rankings. World Resources Institute, 2015
Extreme Weather and Resilience of the Global Food System. UK-US Taskforce on Extreme Weather and Global Food System Resilience, 2015
Water, Food Security and Human Dignity. Swedish FAO Committee, 2015
Securing Water, Sustaining Growth. GWP/OECD, 2015
Food System Shock: The Insurance Impacts of Acute Disruption to Global Food Supply. Lloyds, 2015
Novel Food Production 2015. Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology, 2015
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Assessing Global Land Use. UNEP, 2014
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OECD-FAO Agricultural Outlook 2014 – 2023. OECD-FAO, 2014
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Indispensable Ocean. Global Partnerhsip for Oceans, 2013
Growing Disruption: Climate Change, Food and the Fight Against Hunger. Oxfam, 2013
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Waste Not, Want Not. Institute of Mechanical Engineers, 2013
The Great Balancing Act. WRI, 2013
Global Water Crisis. InterAction Council, 2013
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Water for Health and Food Security. IMWI, 2013
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Our Land, Our Lives. Oxfam, 2012
Feeding a Thirsty World. SIWI, 2012
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Global Food and Farming Futures. Foresight, 2011
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Richey, Alexander S. et al – Quantifying Renewable Groundwater Stress with GRACE 2015 Finds that estimates of groundwater stress based on withdrawal statistics are unable to capture the range of characteristic stress regimes.
Mankin J. et al – The Potential for Snow to Supply Human Water Demand in the Present and Future 2015 Research emphasises the importance of snow fulfilling human water demand in many Northern Hemisphere basins and highlights the need to account for the full range of internal climate variability in developing robust climate risk management decisions.
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The escalating food demand by a growing and increasingly affluent global population is placing unprecedented pressure on the limited land and water resources of the planet.
McCauley, Douglas J. et al – Marine Defaunation: Animal Loss in the Global Ocean
Defaunation has been less severe in the oceans than on land, but our effects on marine animals are increasing in pace and impact.
Smith, Todd G. – Feeding Unrest
A close look at the relationship between food prices and sociopolitical conflict.
Bazjeli, Bonjala et al – Importance of Food-Demand Management for Climate Mitigation
Improved diets and decreases in food waste are essential to bring about emissions reductions and to provide global food security.
Wiltshire, A. J., Gornall, J., Booth, B. B. B., Dennis, E., Falloon, P., Kay, G., McSweeney, C., McNeall, D. and Betts, R. A. – The Importance of Population, Climate Change and CO2 Plant Physiological Forcing in Determining Future Global Water Stress
Combines the effects of changes in carbon dioxide, climate and population on projections of future global water resources.
Grantham, Jeremy – Entering a Potentially Dangerous Food Crisis
We are five years into a severe global food crisis that is very unlikely to go away.
Seto, Karen C. et al – Global Forecasts of Urban Expansion to 2030 and Direct Impacts on Biodiversity and Carbon Pools
Estimates increase in land cover by urban development.
Rye, Charlotte – Are We Entering A Global Food Crisis?
An analysis into the issues surrounding the current increase in food prices; where it has come from and where is could take us.
Shukla, Rusha – More People, Less Water
An investigation into the influence of alternative population growth projections on the United Kingdom’s 2050 water requirements.
Roussou, Popi – UK’s Food Supply Vulnerability
Investigates vulnerability of the food supply as a result of projected growth in population size.
Garcia S.M. and A.A. Rosenberg – Food Security and Marine Capture Fisheries: Characteristics, Trends, Drivers and Future Perspectives 2010 Identifies the challenges facing fisheries going forward, chiefly owing to population growth, and how those challenges might be tackled with better and more efficient governance.
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Stevens, Valerie – Fresh Water
Discusses crucial issues of population pressure on water availability.
Pauly D. – Major Trends in Small-scale Marine Fisheries, With Emphasis on Developing Countries, and Some Implications for the Social Sciences 2006 Considers the consequences of growing resource scarcity for smaller fisheries.
Tilman D. et al – Agricultural Sustainability and Intensive Production Practices 2002 Considers how agriculture might change and develop to provide for a rapidly-growing human population.