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- Bloem, S.; de Pee, S.
- Global food security 2017 v.12 pp. 80-88
- hinterland, etc ; cities; food security; foods; infrastructure; issues and policy; malnutrition; nutrition; planning; sanitation; urban population; urbanization; Africa; Asia; Show all 14 Subjects
- ... Since 2008 the world has become predominantly urban. By 2050, there will be 2.5 billion more people living in cities and most of these will be in small and medium-size cities in Africa and Asia. These continents are home to high malnutrition rates. Policy makers will need to ensure that food and nutrition security can be achieved by the growing urban populations, including the urban poor, in order ...
- Weng, Lingfei; Boedhihartono, Agni Klintuni; Dirks, Paul H.G.M.; Dixon, John; Lubis, Muhammad Irfansyah; Sayer, Jeffrey A.
- Global food security 2013 v.2 no.3 pp. 195-202
- hinterland, etc ; Brachystegia; agricultural development; basins; cities; coal; crops; floodplains; food security; foods; governance; industry; iron; irrigated farming; land use; market access; minerals; poverty; railroads; rain forests; rivers; roads; savannas; tropical plants; Guinea; Show all 25 Subjects
- ... An extractive industries boom in Africa is driving unprecedented expansion of infrastructure into sparsely populated regions. Much of the investment is in high-volume minerals such as iron and coal that will require heavy infrastructure and large settled workforces. New roads and railways are being built to support these industries. Mineral infrastructure is reinforcing the dynamic of designated “ ...