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Fueling the path to food security

Channing Arndt (), Siwa Msangi () and James Thurlow

Chapter 7 in 2016 Global Food Policy Report, 2016, pp 56-65 from International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)

Abstract: Energy is vital to the global food system and food security, but countries will need to explore greener energy paths to address climate change. Opportunities for achieving both green energy and food security goals include solar and hydropower in Africa, biofuels in poor countries, and energy-saving cookstoves.

Keywords: agricultural research, agricultural development, economic development, agricultural policies, economic policies, food security, energy, sustainability, climate change, sustainable development goals, resilience, Africa South of Sahara; South Asia; Latin America; Africa; Asia; South America; Americas (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2016
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