Food and Fuel: Solutions for the Future
Andrew Heintzman, Evan Solomon
House of Anansi, 2009 - Political Science - 334 pages
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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