What we have read

In line with our principle of being collaborative and open we will be publishing details of all of the books and papers we have read and updating this monthly.

 
 
  • Audsley, E., Brander, M., Chatterton, J., Murphy-Bokern, D., Webster, C., and Williams, A. (2009). How low can we go? An assessment of greenhouse gas emissions from the UK food system and the scope to reduce them by 2050. Surrey: WWF-UK.
 
  • Balmford, A., Amano, T., Bartlett, H., Chadwick, D., Collins, A., Edwards, D., Field, R., et al. (2018). The environmental costs and benefits of high-yield farming. Nature Sustainability, 1 477-485. [online]. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41893-018-0138-5
 
  • Barilla Center for Food and Nutrition Foundation. (2018). An Index on Food and Sustainability. Available from: http://foodsustainability.eiu.com/ [Accessed on: 15th August 2019].
 
 
  • Beddington, J. (2011). The Future of Food and Farming: Challenges and Choices for Global Sustainability. London: The Government Office for Science.
 
  • Benton, T. and Bailey, R. (2019). The Paradox of Productivity: Agricultural Productivity Promotes Food System Inefficiency. In: Global Sustainability 2, e6, 1-8.
 
  • Benton, T.G., Froggatt, A., Wright, G., Thompson, C. and King, R. (2019). Food Politics and Policies in Post-Brexit Britain. London: Chatham House.
 
  • Berners-Lee, M., Kennelly, C., Watson, R. and Hewitt, C.N. (2018). Current global food production is sufficient to meet human nutritional needs in 2050 provided there is radical societal adaptation. Elem Sci Anth6(1).
 
 
  • Brack, D. (2019). Towards Sustainable Cocoa Supply Chains: Regulatory Option for the EU. Moreton in Marsh: Fern UK.
 
  • British Medical Association. (2016). Obesity and Diet Related Illness in the UK. London: British Medical Association.
 
  • Buckwell, A. and Nadeau, E. (2018). What is the Safe Operating Space for EU Livestock? Brussels: RISE foundation.
 
  • Burghin, J., Hazan, E., Allas, T., Hjartar, K., Manyika, J., Sjatil, P. E. and Shigina, I. (2019). Tech for Good. New York: McKinsey Global Institute.
 
  • Bye, B., Strøm, B. and Åvitsland, T., 2012. Welfare effects of VAT reforms: a general equilibrium analysis. International Tax and Public Finance19(3), pp.368-392. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10797-011-9193-9
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  • Cook, S. (2018). The Spice of Life: The Fundamental Role of Diversity on the Farm and on the Plate. London and The Hague: IIED and Hivos.
 
  • Curry, N. and Allen-Collinson, J. (2016). A food strategy for the City of Lincoln. [Project Report]. Lincoln: University of Lincoln.
 
  • De Vries, G., de Hoog, J., Stellinga, B. and Dijstelbloem, H. (2014). Towards a Food Policy. The Hague: The Netherlands Scientific Council for Government Policy.
 
 
  • Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. (2002). The Strategy for Sustainable Farming and Food: Facing the Future. London: Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.
 
 
 
 
 
  • Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. (2018). Health and Harmony: the Future for Food, Farming and the Environment in a Green Brexit. London: HMSC.
 
 
 
  • Department of Agriculture and Rural Development. (2014). NI Executive Response to “Going for Growth”. Belfast: Department of Agriculture and Rural Development.
 
  • Dobbs, R., Sawers, C., Thompson, F., Manyika, J., Woetzel, Child, P., McKenna, S. and Spatharou, A. (2014). Overcoming Obesity: An Initial Economic Analysis. New York: McKinsey Global Institute.
 
  • Draft Environment (Principles and Governance) Bill. (2018). London: Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.
 
  • Elliot, J. and Tippers, W. A. (2018). Protecting Standards in the UK Food and Farming Through Brexit. London: Green Alliance.
 
  • (2019). Fishy Business: The Scottish salmon industry’s hidden appetite for wild fish and land. London: Feedback.
 
 
  • Fisheries Bill. (2017-2019). Parliament: House of Commons. Bill no. 302 as amended in Committee. London: The Stationery Office.
 
  • Fitzpatrick, I. and Young, R. (2017). The Hidden Cost of Food. Bristol: The Sustainable Food Trust.
 
 
 
  • Food For Life. (2018). State of the Nation: Children’s Food. Bristol: Soil Association.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  • Gladek, E., Fraser, M., Roemers, G., Sabag Muñoz, O., Kennedy, E., Hirsch, P. (2016). The Global Food System: An Analysis. Amsterdam: Metabolic.
 
 
  • Gregory, P. (2017). The Magic of Soil. [Presentation]. University of British Colombia, 2nd
 
  • Guy’s and St Thomas’ Charity. (2018). Bite Size: Breaking Down the Challenge of Inner-City Childhood Obesity. London: Guy’s and St Thomas’ Charity.
 
  • Hawkes, C. and Parsons, K. (2019). Brief 1. Tackling Food Systems Challenges: The Role of Food Policy. In: Rethinking Food Policy: A Fresh Approach to Policy and Practice. London: Centre for Food Policy.
 
  • Helm, D. (2015). Natural Capital: Valuing the Planet. New Haven: Yale University Press.
 
  • Helm, D. (2019). Green and Prosperous Land: A Blueprint for Rescuing the British Countryside. London: Harper Collins.
 
 
 
 
  • HM Treasury. (2017). Delivering better outcomes for citizens: practical steps for unlocking public value. London: HM Treasury.
 
  • Hunter, M.C., Smith, R.G., Schipanski, M.E., Atwood, L.W. & Mortensen, D. (2017). ‘Agriculture in 2050: Recalibrating targets for sustainable intensification’, BioScience, vol. 67, no. 4, pp. 386-391. [online]/ Available at: https://doi.org/10.1093/biosci/bix010
 
 
 
 
 
  • Jitendra, A., Thorogood, E. and Hadfield-Spoor, M. (2017). Early Warnings: Universal Credit and Food Banks. Salisbury: Trussell Trust.
 
  • Jitendra, A., Thorogood, E. and Hadfield-Spoor, M. (2018). Left Behind: Is Universal Credit Truly Universal?. Salisbury: Trussell Trust.
 
  • Juniper, T. (2013). What has Nature Ever Done for Us? How money really does grow on trees. Croydon: CPI Bookmarque.
 
  • Keulemans, W., Bylemans, D. and De Coninck, B. (2019). Farming Without Plant Protection Products. Brussels: European Parliament Research Service.
 
  • Lammers, M. and Kok, L. (2013). Cost-Benefit Analysis of Dietary Treatment. Amsterdam: SEO Economic Research.
 
  • Landon, J. and Mwatsama, M. (2018). Fresh start: A framework for health and sustainable diets in the UK – Recommendations for action. London: UK Health Forum.
 
 
 
 
  • London Food Board. (2018). The London Food Strategy. London: Greater London Authority.
 
  • Loopstra, R. and Lalor, D. (2017). Financial Insecurity, Food Insecurity and Disability. Salisbury: Trussell Trust.
 
  • Lynas, M. (2018). Seeds of Science: Why We Got It So Wrong On GMOs. London: Bloomsbury Publishing.
 
  • Marteah, T. (2018). Chapter 8: Changing Behaviour for a Healthier Population. In: J. Pearson-Stuttard, ed., Annual Report of the Chief Medical Officer 2018: Health 2040- Better Health Within Reach. London: Department of Health and Social Care.
 
  • McFarlane, G., Lewis, T. and Land, T. (2018). Food, Brexit and Northern Ireland: Critical Issues. Food Research Collaboration, Centre for Food Policy.
 
  • Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food. (1975). Food From Our Own Resources. London: HMSO.
 
  • Monbiot, G. (2015). Feral: rewilding the Land, Sea and Human Life. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
 
  • Morath, S.J. (2014). The Farmer in Chief: Obama’s Local Food Legacy.  L. Rev.93, p.91.
 
  • Mwatsama, M. (2018). Fresh start: A framework for health and sustainable diets in the UK – Policy options review. London: UK Health Forum.
 
  • National Audit Office. (2019). Early Review of the New Farming Programme. London: National Audit Office.
 
  • National Farmers Union. (2016). Fit for the future: Helping consumers eat more fruit and vegetables. Warwickshire: National Farmers Union.
 
 
  • National Farmers Union. (2018). UK – A Nation United by Food. Stoneleigh Park: National Farmers Union.
 
  • National Farmers Union. (2019). The Future of Food 2040. Warwickshire: National Farmers Union.
 
  • National Policy Forum. (2019). A Sustainable Food Policy. UK: The Labour Party.
 
 
  • Parliament, House of Commons. (2018). Agriculture Bill (Bills 2017-19 266). London: The Stationary Office.
 
  • Parsons, K. and Hawkes, C. (2018). Connecting food systems for co-benefits: How can food systems combine diet-related health with environmental and economic policy goals? Denmark: World Health Organisation.
 
  • Parsons, K., Barling, D. and Lang, T. (2018). UK Policymaking Institutions and Their Implications for Integrated Food Policy. In: Barling, D. and Fanzo, J. (eds.) Advances in Food Security and Sustainability, Volume 3. London: Academic Press. p.211.
 
  • Parsons, K., Hawkes, C. and Wells R. (2019). Brief 2. What is the food system? A Food policy perspective. In: Rethinking Food Policy: A Fresh Approach to Policy and Practice. London: Centre for Food Policy.
 
  • Petetin, L., Gravey, V. and Moore, B. (2019). Setting the Bar for a Green Brexit in Food and Farming. Bristol: Soil Association.
 
  • Poux, X. and Aubert, P. (2018). An agroecological Europe in 2050: multifunctional agriculture for healthy eating. Paris: IDDRI
 
 
  • Pye-Smith, C. (2018). Land of Plenty: A Journey through the Fields and Foods of Modern Britain. London: Elliot & Thompson Limited.
 
  • Rangeley-Wilson, C. (2018). Silver Shoals: Five Fish That Made Britain. UK: Penguin Random House.
 
 
  • Rebanks, J. (2015). The Shepherd’s Life: A Tale of the Lake District. UK: Penguin UK.
 
  • M and Hill, D. (2018). The Effect of Innovation in Agriculture in the Environment. London: Institute of Economic Affairs.
 
  • Rogut, J. (2018). AACS Response to the Select Committee in the Obesity Epidemic in Australia. Melbourne: Australian Association of Convenience Stores.
 
  • RSA Food, Farming and Countryside Commission. (2019). Field Guide for the Future.. London: RSA
 
  • RSA Food, Farming and Countryside Commission. (2019). Our Future in the Land. London: RSA
 
 
  • Scheidel, W. (2017). The Great Leveller. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
 
  • Scotland Food and Drink. (2018). Ambition 2030: Industry Strategy for Growth. Edinburgh: Scotland Food and Drink.
 
 
  • Sen, A. (1982). Poverty and Famines: An Essay on Entitlement and Deprivation. Oxford: Clarendon.com. (2018). Soil Capital. [online]. Available at: https://www.soilcapital.com/
 
  • Stacey, G. (2018). Farm Inspection and Regulation Review. London: Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.
 
  • Stephens, N., Di Silvio, L., Dunsford, I., Ellis, M., Glencross, A. and Sexton, A. (2018). Bringing cultured meat to market: technical, socio-political, and regulatory challenges in cellular agriculture. Trends in food science & technology78, pp.155-166.
 
  • Stoate, C., Leake, A., Jarvis, P. and Szczur, J. (2017). Fields of the Future. London: Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust.
 
 
  • The High Level Panel of Experts on Food Security and Nutrition. (2017). Nutrition and Food Systems. Rome: Committee on World Food Security.
 
  • Thompson, H. (2017). Oil in the Western Economic Crisis. Switzerland: Springer.
 
  • Warner, A. (2017). The Truth about Fat. Oneworld Publications.
 
  • Watson, F. and Mwatsama, M. (2018). Fresh start: A framework for health and sustainable diets in the UK – Situational Analysis. London: UK Health Forum.
 
 
  • Willett, W., Rockström, J., Loken, B., Springmann, M., Lang, T., Vermeulen, S., Garnett, T., Tilman, D., DeClerck, F., Wood, A. and Jonell, M. (2019). Food in the Anthropocene: the EAT–Lancet Commission on healthy diets from sustainable food systems. The Lancet393(10170), pp.447-492.
 
  • Williams, A., Morris, J., Audsley, E., Hess, T., Goglio, P., Burgess, P., Chatterton, J., Pearn, K., Mena, C. and Whitehead, P. (2018). Assessing the environmental impacts of healthier diets. Final report to Defra on project FO0427.
 
  • Willows, N., Veugelers, P., Raine, K. and Kuhle, S. (2011). Associations between household food insecurity and health outcomes in the Aboriginal population (excluding reserves). Health reports22(2), p.15.
 
  • World Economic Forum. (2017). Shaping the future of global food systems: a scenarios analysis. Geneva: World Economic Forum.