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Title Towards an inclusive and sustainable economy
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Hans van Meijl, Ruerd Ruben and Stijn Reinhard
Author(s) Meijl, Hans van ; Ruben, Ruerd ; Reinhard, Stijn
Publisher Wageningen : Wageningen University & Research
Publication year 2017
Description 1 online resource (PDF, 44 pages) illustrations
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Keyword(s) food security / food supply / food production / sustainable agriculture / sustainable development / biobased economy / agro-industrial chains / economic development
Categories Food Security / Economics (General) / Agriculture (General)
Publication type Monograph
Language English
About One of the major challenges facing global society today is the provision of food, water, energy, healthcare and other resources & services in a world characterised by increasing population, mounting environmental stresses and rising inequality. There is a need for circular and resilient food systems which close material flow loops in the entire supply chain from farm ers to consumers and back. This should be done in a resource-efficient manner that includes all relevant actors. This position paper summarises insights by Hans van Meijl, Stijn Reinhard and Ruerd Ruben from Wageningen Economic Research into what has been dubbed the inclusive and sustainable economy. Therefore, five overarching challenges, five scoping issues, and five beneficial economic principles are discussed. In addition, the authors formulate five key insights regarding feasible policy strategies and attempt to contribute to the analysis of leverage points relevant to upscaling and to anchoring market innovations that sustain sustainable and inclusive agri-food systems.
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