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Assessing the probability of rare climate events  

James S. Clark, Dave Bell, Michael Dietze, Michelle Hersh, Ines Ibanez, Shannon LaDeau, Sean McMahon, Jessica Metcalf, Emily Moran, Luke Pangle, and Mike Wolosin

Print publication date:
Oct 2013
Online publication date:
Aug 2018
This article focuses on the use of Bayesian methods in assessing the probability of rare climate events, and more specifically the potential collapse of the meridional overturning ... More

Dietary Patterns that Value People and the Planet  

Joanne Burke

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Sep 2018
Nourishing food and water are essential for human survival, as are the people who labour in the food system and the planetary ecosystems that underpin foraging, farming, and fishing. Our ... More

Disruptive Food Supply Chains: Bringing it all Back Home  

Tony Beck

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Oct 2018
Alternative food movements have, from their origins, espoused values of social justice and environmental stewardship in an attempt to challenge existing economic and social norms related ... More

A Farmer’s Perspective on Sustainable Agriculture, Soil, and Water Health  

Anthony J. Reynolds

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Aug 2018
Conservation agricultural practices have been widely adopted across the world in the past 30 years. Farmers recognized that their soils had been degraded by deep ploughing and by ... More

Farmer-led Water User Associations in Agricultural Water Management  

Rami Zurayk and Azza Dirar

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May 2018
Since agriculture consumes the largest share of the world’s water, farmers undoubtedly play an instrumental role in the management of this precious resource. As such, various policy ... More

Food and Water Management in Northwest Africa  

Mustapha Besbes, Jamel Chahed, and Abdelkader Hamdane

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May 2018
Northwest African countries (NA) consume 70 percent of their renewable water resources, and groundwater overdraft has become a major problem. Blue water irrigation represents 17 percent of ... More

Food and Water Management in Southern Africa  

Peter Johnston and Arthur Chapman

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May 2018
Irrigation is a critical input for raising food production in southern Africa, parts of which are food-insecure, especially as a result of low levels of technology employed, low ... More

Food and Water Security in North America’s Transboundary Sonoran Desert: A Water-Exporting Dryland  

America Lutz Ley, Ryan Lee, Yulia Peralta, and Christopher Scott

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Aug 2018
The United-States-Mexico food system, and in particular the section located in the Sonoran Desert, is an example of the detrimental effects that result from instensified food production to ... More

Food and Water Security in the Mediterranean Basin  

Michel Petit and Phillipe Le Grusse

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Jul 2018
The food and water challenges to be faced in the Mediterranean Basin, particularly those on the southern and eastern shores, are daunting. They form a complex nexus of problems and require ... More

Food and Water Security in West Asia  

Eckart Woertz

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May 2018
West Asia is one of the most water-scarce regions of the world and one of its foremost importers of virtual water despite sustained efforts at self-sufficiency, especially in cereal ... More

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