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RAND Justice, Infrastructure, and Environment
Assesses to what extent the Council to Improve Foodborne Outbreak Response's Guidelines and associated Toolkit are reaching their intended users and achieving their intended goals.
Answers questions about perennial polyculture farming; discusses its association with reversing environmental degradation, redressing the loss of biodiversity, and reducing worldwide hunger, malnutrition, and energy use.
Investigates the circumstances and processes required to establish the new ''Gene Revolution'' in which genetically modified crops are tailored to address chronic agricultural problems in specific regions of the world.
Assesses the vulnerabilities of the agricultural sector and the food chain to a deliberate act of biological terrorism and explores the likely outcomes of a successful attack
A discussion of the developments proposed after the 1953 Soviet agricultural reforms to reduce the importance of private production in total food supply. In particular, this study discusses USSR plans to increase the production of specific crops and ...