EngageThinking back to the overview of environmental impacts from Week 1, summarized in the table below:
SourceUNEP (2016). Food Systems and Natural Resources. A Report of the Working Group on Food Systems of the International Resource Panel. Westhoek, H, Ingram J., Van Berkum, S., Özay, L., and Hajer M.
Image Sources: “Viet Nam, Quảng Nam, Hội An – sprayi” (CC BY 2.0) by garycycles8
Food and Our Future: Sustainable Food Systems in Southeast Asia
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