Food and Fuel: Solutions for the Future

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Andrew Heintzman, Evan Solomon
House of Anansi, 2009 - Political Science - 334 pages
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Culls top-selected essays from Feeding the Future and Fueling the Future to explore the reasons for food and fuel shortages and what might be done to resolve them, in a volume that includes pieces by such thinkers as Thomas Homer-Dixon, Gordon Laird, and Jeremy Rifkin. Original.
 

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Contents

Saving Agriculture from Itself Stuart Laidlaw
Food Safety and the Beef Commodity Chain Ian MacLachlan
FUEL Bringing Ingenuity to Energy Thomas HomerDixon
Is Nuclear Energy the Answer? Allison Macfarlane
Soft Energy Paths Susan Holtz and David B Brooks
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Andrew Heintzman is president and a co-founder of Investeco Capital, the first Canadian investment company focused exclusively on environmental sectors. He is also the Chair of the Premier's Climate Change Advisory Panel for the Province of Ontario. He was co-editor ofFueling the Future: How the Battle Over Energy Is Changing Everything, Feeding the Future: From Fat to Famine, andFood and Fuel: Solutions for the Future, all published by House of Anansi Press. He sits on a number of corporate boards, including Lotek Wireless, Triton Logging, and Horizon Distributors. He is on the board of directors of the Tides Canada Foundation, and the Steering Committee of Sustainable Prosperity. Before Investeco, Andrew was a co-founder and publisher ofShiftmagazine. He lives in Toronto.

Evan Solomon is the anchor of CBC's national political showPower & Politics. He co-founded and was editor-in-chief ofShiftmagazine, and writes a monthly column forTheGlobe and Mailcalled "How They See It", and has worked as a journalist and writer for publications throughout North America and Asia, includingThe Globe and Mail, The National Post, The Toronto StarandThe South China Morning Post.