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By bread alone [electronic resource] [by] Lester Brown, with Erik P. Eckholm.

By: Brown, Lester Russell, 1934-.
Contributor(s): Eckholm, Erik P [joint author.].
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York, Praeger [1974]Description: xi, 272 p. illus. 21 cm.ISBN: 0275335402; 9780275335403; 0275636402 (pbk.); 9780275636401 (pbk.).Subject(s): Food supply | Population | Population | Aliments -- Approvisionnement | Voedselvraagstuk | BevolkingDDC classification: 338.1/9 Other classification: 83.66 | 83.30 Online resources: Free eBook from the Internet Archive | Additional information and access via Open Library Also issued online.
Contents:
Foreword / by James P. Grant -- Overview: The changing face of food scarcity -- Pt. 1. Dimensions of the problem. History and geography of malnutrition ; Population and affluence ; Ecological undermining of food systems ; Growing global food insecurity -- Pt. 2. Four basic resources. Land for food ; Water and bread ; Energy and agriculture ; The role of fertilizer -- Pt. 3. Areas of concern and hope. The green revolution: opportunity lost? ; Deep trouble in oceanic fisheries ; Non-conventional food sources -- Pt. 4. Responses. Putting on the demographic brakes ; Simplifying diets ; Hunger and employment: mutual solutions? ; Alleviating insecurity: special measures -- Pt. 5. Toward century's end. Complexity, change, leadership.
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"Published for the Overseas Development Council."

Bibliography: p. [255]-261.

Foreword / by James P. Grant -- Overview: The changing face of food scarcity -- Pt. 1. Dimensions of the problem. History and geography of malnutrition ; Population and affluence ; Ecological undermining of food systems ; Growing global food insecurity -- Pt. 2. Four basic resources. Land for food ; Water and bread ; Energy and agriculture ; The role of fertilizer -- Pt. 3. Areas of concern and hope. The green revolution: opportunity lost? ; Deep trouble in oceanic fisheries ; Non-conventional food sources -- Pt. 4. Responses. Putting on the demographic brakes ; Simplifying diets ; Hunger and employment: mutual solutions? ; Alleviating insecurity: special measures -- Pt. 5. Toward century's end. Complexity, change, leadership.

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