9 Sustainable Dev. L. & Pol'y [i] (2008-2009)

handle is hein.journals/sdlp9 and id is 1 raw text is: IN THIS ISSUE: GLOBAL FOOD & AGRICULTURE
1    1  EDITORS' NOTE by Lisa Novins & Addie Haughey
2       AN OVERVIEW OF THIS ISSUE: CLOSELY-LINKED NATURE OF GLOBAL FOOD AND FINANCE
by Siwa Msangi
4       BIOFUEL, THE ENVIRONMENT, AND FOOD SECURITY: A GLOBAL PROBLEM EXPLORED THROUGH A CASE STUDY
OF INDONESIA by Nicola Colbran & Asbjorn Eide
13      Two GLOBAL CRISES BRING OPPORTUNITY IN INTERNATIONAL TOBACCO CONTROL
by Chris A. Bostic, M.S.F.S., JD.
19      SUSTAINABLE SOILS: REDUCING, MITIGATING, AND ADAPTING TO CLIMATE CHANGE WITH
ORGANIC AGRICULTURE by Meredith Niles
25      THE GROWING SUPPLY OF ECOLABELED SEAFOOD: AN ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVE
by Nicolai V. Kuminoff, Darrell J. Bosch, Dan Kauffman, Jaren C. Pope, & Kurt Stephenson
31      THE GLOBAL FOOD CRISIS: URGENT NEED AND EMERGING SOLUTIONS
by Terence P. Stewart, Stephen J. Norton, Jumana G. Madanat, and Hanna E. Stewart
36      ADDING BIOFUEL TO THE FIRE: A SUSTAINABILITY PERSPECTIVE ON ENERGY POLICY IN THE 2008 FOOD,
CONSERVATION, AND ENERGY ACT byjeni Lamb, Andrew Rogers & L. Leon Geyer
45      CONSERVING FARMLAND IN CALIFORNIA: FOR WHAT AND FOR WHOM? How AGRICULTURAL CONSERVATION
EASEMENTS CAN KEEP FARMLAND FARMED by KendraJohnson
51      THE CASE FOR GREEN FOOD LABELS by Emily Alves & Mark Edwards
57      COMMENTARY: GENETICALLY MODIFIED ORGANISMS AND GLOBAL HUNGER: A REAL SOLUTION?
by Simon Nicholson

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