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|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||From field to fork : food ethics for everyone /|
|Author||Thompson, Paul B.,|
|Publisher||Oxford University Press,|
|ISBN||9780199391691; 0199391696; 9780199391684; 0199391688|
|Subjects||Agriculture--Moral and ethical aspects. ; Food supply--Moral and ethical aspects. ; Food habits--Moral and ethical aspects.|
|Collation||xii, 329 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm|
Includes bibliographical references (pages 279-320) and index.
You are not what you eat -- Food ethics and social injustice -- The ethics of diet and obesity -- The fundamental problem of food ethics -- Livestock welfare and the ethics of producing meat -- The allure of the local: food systems and environmental impact -- Green revolution food technology and its discontents -- Once more, this time with feeling: ethics, risk and the future of food. Tapping into surging interest in the impacts of our food choices on ourselves and the wider world, Paul B. Thompson provides readers with a guided tour of the landscape of food ethics, applying more than thirty years of experience working with farmers, agricultural researchers, and food system activists. Thompson follows the ethics of diet and health from the ancient world to our current obesity crisis and goes on to examine diet and health issues, livestock welfare, world hunger, social injustice in food systems, environmental ethics, Green Revolution technology, and GMOs from a philosophical standpoint.