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Food System Sectors and Areas of Focus by Mind Map: Food System Sectors and Areas of Focus
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Food System Sectors and Areas of Focus

Contact me if you want informaton about this map. jramer@interraproject.org 

Ecosystem Services

1. Labor

Child Labor

Living Wages

Sustainable Livelihoods

Worker Rights

2. Public Health

Biotechnology

Environmental Health

Food and Nourishment

Food Literacy

Green Hospital Movement

Green Schools

Malnutrition, Diet, Disease, and Education

Poverty Alleviation

Public Health

Sanitation

3. Funders

Philanthropy

4. Resources & Environment

Composting

Domesticated Plant Conservation

Farm Ecosystem Management

Inland Aquatic Ecosystems

Land Stewardship

Soil Conservation & Management

Water Conservation and Management

Wetlands

Wildlife Management

5. Animal Welfare

Animal Welfare and Rights

Artiodactyls

Birds

Domesticated Animal Diversity

Global Beef Industry

Livestock in Developing Nations

Mollusks and Crustaceans

Mycology

6. Research

Agroecology

Biodiversity

Biological Control

Conservation Biology

Domesticated Plant Conservation

Endocrine Disruptors

Energy Flow in Ecosystems

Environmental Toxicology

Human Population Growth and Impacts

Industrial Ecology

Plant Ecology

Pollination Ecology

Soil Conservation and Management

Soil Ecology

7. Rural Communities

Fair Trade

Land Tenure

Rural Development

Rural Farming Communities

8. Business Enterprises

Corporate Ethics

Ecosystem Services

9. Coastal Communities

Coastal and Marine Human Impacts

Coastal and Marine Invasive Species

Sustainable Fishing

10. Food Producers

Agroforestry

Aquaculture

Fire Ecology

Inland Aquatic Ecosystems

Organic Farming

Pesticides

Plantations

Precision Farming

Seed Conservation

Sustainable Agriculture

Sustainable Livestock Husbandry

World Marine Fisheries

Sustainable Fishing

11. Food Culture

Ethnobotany

http://www.wiserearth.org/aof/674/

Food Supply

http://www.wiserearth.org/aof/65/

Gardening

http://www.wiserearth.org/aof/196/

Ecolabeling and Certification

http://www.wiserearth.org/aof/137/

Sustainable Communities

Urban Revitalization

Consumption and Green Consumers

Consumption refers to the rate and way that humans use both material and energy (natural resources). Many economists extend consumption to mean all material goods and services for the gratification of human desires. In sustainability, economists look for ways to reuse or recycle after use by humans; this is not a central concern of other economists. Nor are issues of "externalities" (environmental impacts that cost society), nor natural resource and manufacturing efficiencies. In general, citizens in developed countries are extravagant consumers and their use of resources is greatly out of proportion to their numbers. Sustainability tries to redress externality, efficiency, materials choice, inequitable use issues, and unfair labor practices. Green consumers try to purchase products that have been processed with a strong sense of environmental and social accountability. These include: ecologically harmless, no harmful additives, no irradiation of foods, high transparency in manufacturing process, honest labeling, fairness to employees, no sex discrimination, and high quality product assurance.

12. Government & Institutions

Agricultural Policy

Biological Patents

Coastal and Marine Law and Policy

Conservation and Recreation

Conservation and the Commons

Conservation Policy

Food Aid

Fiscal Policies, Institutions and Taxation

Global Food Supply and Sustainability

Consumption and Green Consumers, http://www.wiserearth.org/aof/30/

Institutional Accountability

Land Reform

Water Law and Policy

13. Food Security

Human Rights and Social Justice

Hunger and Food Security

Local Food Systems

Poverty Eradication

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