Dissertation: Dietary change for sustainable food systems- effects on climate, land use and health

This dissertation looks at the sustainability of the current food system and analyzes how environmental impacts could be reduced and health impacts could be increased through dietary change. The results from this work suggest that dietary change, in areas with unrestricted diets, could play an important role in reaching environmental and health goals, potentially reducing GHG emissions and land use requirements by up to 50%.

The dissertation can be downloaded here and you can also find a number of other dissertations and theses in the research library here.

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06 Nov 2013
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