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Main Title Arctic food security /
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Duhaime, Gâerard,
Bernard, Nick,
Publisher CCI Press,
Year Published 2008
OCLC Number 272544489
ISBN 9781896445427 (bound); 189644542X (bound); 9782921438735 (bound); 2921438739 (bound)
Subjects Food supply--Arctic regions. ; Arctic peoples--Food. ; Inuit--Food. ; Arctic regions--Social conditions.
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ESAM  E99.E7.A724 2008 Region 10 Library/Seattle,WA 11/19/2012
Collation xi, 344., [7] leaves of plates : ill. (some col.), ports. (some col.), col. map ; 26 cm + 1 CD-ROM
Notes Co-published by: CIâERA, Universitâe Laval. Previous title: Sustainable food security in the Arctic. CD-ROM in pocket, on p. [3] of cover. Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Notes This we need / Maggie Emudluk -- The state of food insecurity in the world 2002 / Charles H. Riemenschneider -- A research agenda to address the global challenge of food security / Gâerard Duhaime and Nick Bernard -- Alaska. The legal protection of subsistence: a prerequisite of food security for the Inuit of Alaska / Sophie Theriault ... [et al.] -- Canada. Sustainable food security in the Canadian arctic: an integrated synthesis and action plan / Gerard Duhaime ... [et al.]. Setting the table for food security: policy impacts in Nunavut / Heather Myers, Stephanie Powell, Gâerard Duhaime. Food production and sharing in Nunavut: not only discourse, but reality / Heather Myers, Stepjanie Powell, Gâerard Duhaime. Assessing food insecurity in the arctic: an analysis of aboriginal household coping strategies / Marcelle Chabot -- Greenland. Food security and sustainable development in Greenland: a synthesis / Rasmus Ole Rasmussen ... [et al.]. Resource management and institutional structures in Greenland / Rasmus Ole Rasmussen. Food transportation and supply networks in Greenland / Josee Arsenault -- Euro-Arctic Barents. Community viability and socio-economic change in the Barents Euro-Arctic Region: reindeer herding as a condition for well-being and food security in Northernmost Finland / Ludger Muller-Wille ... [et al.]. People and birch: the sami perception of the environment and its sustainability / Ludger Muller-Wille, Jorunn Eikjok and Dietbert Thannheiser -- Russia. Reindeer meat, fish, potatoes and bread. Food security of a northern community in the Nenets Autonomous Okrug, NW Russia / Tuula Tuisku. Food security in Northern Russia: RAIPON-AMAP project 'contaminants, food security and indigenous peoples of the Russian north' / Larissa Abrutina -- A Global view. Food Security of northern indigenous peoples in a time of uncertainty / Chris D. James ... [et al.] -- Conclusion. The state of food security in the circumpolar arctic / Gâerard Duhaime, Nick Bernard. "Food security in the Arctic is threatened on all fronts. Traditional food production and food economies have witnessed drastic change, brought about as a result of social, economic, and political influences. Nevertheless, subsistence production continues to be very important in the food economy and security of circumpolar communities, despite increased participation in the wage economy and a growing reliance on imported food products. The decreased consumption of country food and concomitant increase in imported and prepared food in the local diet has resulted in an increase in associated health risks. But neither are country foods without risk, as evidenced by studies on contamination of the food chain, and various impacts of climate and cultural change. This volume presents the results of a 5-year multi-disciplinary study by an international panel of experts on food security (or insecurity) in the Arctic and the various factors and mechanisms that have impacted and continue to affect its sustainability. Contributions examine the impacts of development and environmental change and the consequent introduction of new technologies, transportation and infrastructure, the infl uence of wage economies, the impacts of conservation and co-management systems, hunting and fi shing quotas, fur boycotts and anti-sealing lobbies, the disruption of traditional distribution networks, market forces, social policies, as well as legal and jurisdictional influences. Issues and their intensity vary between regions of the circumarctic, but many common themes emerge."--www.uofaweb.ualberta.ca.
Place Published Edmonton
Corporate Au Added Ent CIâERA.
Title Ser Add Ent Occasional publication series (Canadian Circumpolar Institute) ; no. 58.
PUB Date Free Form 2008
Series Title Untraced Occasional publication, no. 58
Ti Tra Differently Sustainable food security in the Arctic.
BIB Level m
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LCCN 2009482442
OCLC Time Stamp 20121113180607
Language eng
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OCLC Rec Leader 05524cam 2200565 a 45020