Legal Dictionary of Food Security in the World
This dictionary contains about 170 entries and presents an overview of the different issues related to worldwide food insecurity, with a particular yet not exclusive focus on the existing rules and regulations.
The objective of food security is considered from a quantitative angle (security of supplies, access to food) and a qualitative angle (sanitary quality of food, commercial quality). Therefore, this dictionary analyzes the concept of food security “from farm to fork”.
These entries were selected because they bring to light the international legal frame of food security and because they point out the current issues linked to the production of food, the local, regional or international trade of food, the food and health crises, the current situation in developing countries, etc.
Consequently, among the issues that will be addressed inside this book, there will be some definitions of “land grabbing”, “bio-fuels”, “food allergies”, “fundamental needs”, “fair trade”, “the Doha Round”, “the right to food”, “women”, “international investments”, “the World Trade Organization”, “genetically modified organisms”, “the precautionary principle”, “protectionism”, “land reforms”, “corporate social responsibility”, “speculation”, food sovereignty”…
With a wide variety of entries, approached through different perspectives, this dictionary is intended for all audiences.
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Liste des contributeurs
Sous la coordination de
- Jean-Philippe Bugnicourt : Ingénieur d’études – Programme ERC Lascaux
Sous la direction scientifique de
- François Collart Dutilleul : Professeur à l’Université de Nantes, directeur du programme Lascaux