Understanding Sustainability

Sustainability References

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Ackerman, Kubi (ed.). 2012. The Potential for Urban Agriculture in New York City. Growing Capacity, Food Security, and Green Infrastructure. Urban Design Lab, Earth Institute, Columbia University, New York. [PDF

Allen, Patricia, Margaret FitzSimmons, Michael Goodman, and Kieth Warner. 2003. "Shifting Plates in the Agrifood Landscape: The Tectonics of Alternative Agrifood Initiatives in California." Journal of Rural Studies 19(1):61-75. [abstract]

Allen, Will with Charles Wilson, 2012. The Good Food Revolution: Growing Healthy Food, People, and Communities. Gotham Books, New York. 

Bailey, Jon F. 2013. Regional Food Systems in Nebraska: The Views of Consumers, Producers and Institutions. Center for Rural Affairs, Lyons, Nebraska. [PDF]

Barton, Hugh. 2000. Sustainable Communities. The Potential for Eco-neighbourhoods. Earthscan, London.

Berlin, Linda, Rachel Schattman, and Jean Hamilton. 2013. "Working toward the Common Table: The Policy and Program Implications of Vermont's Unified Approach to Social Justice, Food Insecurity, and Local Food." Journal of Hunger & Environmental Nutrition 7(4):426-435. [PDF]

Berry, Wendell. 1982. The Gift of Good Land: Further Essays, Cultural and Agricultural. North Point Press, New York. [related video] [related video]

Berry, Wendell. 1990. "The Pleasures of Eating." Pages 145-152 in W. Berry, What Are People for? Essays by Wendell Berry. North Point Press, San Francisco.

Berry, Wendell. 2009. Bringing It to the Table: On Farming and Food. Counterpoint, Washington, D.C.

CAFF. 2008. "Building Local Food Programs On College Campus: Tips for Dining Administrators, Family Farmers & Student Advocates." Community Alliance with Family Farmers (CAFF), Davis, California. [PDF] [CAFF website]

Carolan, Michael S. 2011. Embodied Food Politics. Ashgate, Burlington. [review by Anna Krzywoszynska]

Carpenter, Novella. 2009. Farm City: The Education of an Urban Farmer. Penguin Press, New York.

Cockrall-King, Jennifer. 2012. Food and the City: Urban Agriculture and the New Food Revolution. Prometheus Books, New York. 

Comis, Bob. 2011. "The food movement’s multiple-personality disorder: Let’s move beyond foodies and localists." Grist 18 April.

D’Ambrosio, Ugo, Marta Vila, Ferran Adrià, Laura Bayés-García, Sergio Calsamiglia, Pere Castells, Oriol Castro, Teresa Garnatje, Joaquim Gosálbez, Joan Jofre, Abel Mariné, Lourdes Reig, Màrius Rubiralta, Eduard Xatruch, and Joan Vallès. 2017. "Classification of Unelaborated Culinary Products: Scientific and Culinary Approaches Meet Face to Face." Food, Culture and Society 10 March:1-29. 

DeLind, Laura B. 2011. "Are local food and the local food movement taking us where we want to go? Or are we hitching our wagons to the wrong stars?" Agriculture and Human Values 28(2):273-283. [PDF]  

Durrenberger, E. Paul. 2008. "Community Supported Agriculture in Central Pennsylvania." Culture & Agriculture 24(2):42-51. [introduction]

Fritz, Thomas. 2014. "The illusory promise of the livestock revolution".

Gill, Nicholas. n.d. "Introduction: Food and the Amazon Rainforest." New Worlder.

Goodall, Jane, with Gary McAvoy and Gail Hudson. 2006. Harvest for Hope: A Guide to Mindful Eating. Wellness Central, New York. [review]

Grist Magazine. 2010. "Food Fight: Do Locavores Really Need Math Lessons?" (Discussions on local foods by Blake Hurst, Jennifer Maiser, Anna Lappé, Jill Richardson, Ken Meter, Kerry Trueman, and Tom Philpott.) Grist 23 August.  [related editorial by S. Budiansky in the New York Times]

Jimenez, Michael. 1995. "From Plantation to Cup: Coffee and Capitalism in the United States, 1830-1930." Pages 38-64 in William Roseberry, Lowell Gudmundson, and Mario Samper Kutschbach (eds.), Coffee, Society, and Power in Latin America. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore.

Johnson, Nathanael. 2014. "Millions alive today would have to die before the paleo diet could take over." Grist 22 July. 

Karpyn, Allison, Sonia A. Kim, Rosa V. DaCosta, Sika Gasinu, and Yi-Ming Law. 2012. "Growing the Field: Current Approaches to Data Collection at Farmers’ Markets." Journal of Hunger & Environmental Nutrition 7:436-448. [abstract]

Kermath, Brian M., Bradley C. Bennett, and Lydia M. Pulsipher. n.d. Food Plants in the Americas: A Survey of the Domesticated, Cultivated, and Wild Plants Used for Human Food in North, Central, and South America and the Caribbean. Unpublished manuscript, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh.

Manjari, Chatterji. 2009. "Food, Culture and Environment (WBIS 118 syllabus)." University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. [PDF]

Martinez, Steve, Michael Hand, Michelle Da Pra, Susan Pollack, Katherine Ralston, Travis Smith, Stephen Vogel, Shellye Clark, Luanne Lohr, Sarah Low, and Constance Newman. 2010. Local Food Systems Concepts, Impacts, and Issues. ERR #97, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, Washington, D.C. [PDF]

McKinnon, Robin A., Jill Reedy, Meredith A. Morrissette, and Amy L. Yaroch. 2009. "Measures of the Food Environment: A Compilation of the Literature, 1990–2007." American Journal of Preventive Medicine 36(4S):S124-S133. [PDF]

Nabhan, Gary Paul. 2001. Coming Home to Eat: The Pleasures and Politics of Local Foods. Norton, New York. [review]

Newman, Lenore. 2008. "Extreme Local Food: Two Case Studies in Assisted Urban Small Plot Intensive Agriculture." Environments 36(1):33-43.

NWEI. 2013. "13 Resolutions to Change The Food System in 2013." Northwest Earth Institute (NWEI) 8 January. 

Pibel, Doug. 2013. "Backyard Permaculture: A 12-Step Program. Peter Bane grew more than 150 species on less than 2,000 square feet. Here are 12 tips to get you there." Yes Magazine 4 February.

Pollan, Michael. 2008. In Defense of Food: An Eater's Manifesto. Penguin Press, New York. [PDF] [related video presentation by author]

Pollan, Michael. 2009. Food Rules: An Eater's Manual. Penguin, New York. [related video presentation by author]

Pollan, Michael. 2010. "The Food Movement, Rising." New York Review of Books 10 June.

Roseberry, William. 1996. "The Rise of Yuppie Coffees and the Reimagination of Class in the United States." American Anthropologist 98(4):762-775. [PDF]

Roux, Catharina Tarien. 2013. "Towards a unity of ecology and ordinary ethics: On everyday life and aspirations to live sustainably in a permaculture community.” Dissertation: University of Cape Town. [PDF]

Salatin, Joel. 2007. Everything I Want to Do Is Illegal: War Stories from the Local Food Front. Polyface, Swoope, VA. [review by Michael Pollan in New York Review of Books]

Stancu, Cerasela and Ann Smith. 2006. "Food Miles – The International Debate and Implications for New Zealand Exporters." Business and Sustainability Series, Briefing Paper #1, Landcare Research, Aukland. [PDF]

Suh, Jungho. 2014. "Towards sustainable agricultural stewardship: Evolution and future directions of the permaculture concept." Environmental Values 23(1): 75-98. [PDF]

Tencati, Antonio, and Laszlo Zsolnai. 2012. "Collaborative enterprise and sustainability: The case of slow food." Journal of business Ethics 110(3):345-354. [PDF

Werner, Brett. 2010. "Food and Campus Sustainability" (syllabus). Centre College, Danville, Kentucky. [PDF

Wilk, Richard R. (ed.). 2006. Fast Food/Slow Food: The Cultural Economy of the Global Food System. Altamira Press, New York. 

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