Kathy McConell Food Alliance Coordinator. Biggest challenges: Climate change Food and water. Environment Economic Equity Health. Why does food matter?. Food is responsible for 37% of Victorian footprint. Water, peak oil, biodiversity, climate change will challenge food system capacity.
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Water, peak oil, biodiversity, climate change will challenge food system capacityEnvironment pressure
Reference: SGS Economics and Planning Pt, 2009, Economic Significance of the Food Sector, Latrobe University, Melbourne
Source: DAFF, 2013
Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services.
United Nations, 1948-12-10
The right to food is the right to have physical and economic access at all times to sufficient, adequate and culturally acceptable food that is produced and consumed sustainably, preserving access to food for future generations.
Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: Special Rapporteur on the right to food’s Final Report, 24 Jan 2014Equity: Food is a Human Right
Vision chronic disease in terms of health care is approximately $6 billion is a world where:
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Kathy McConell chronic disease in terms of health care is approximately $6 billion