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Index The Agriculture, Food and Health Challenge Tutorial - Critical Issues, Perspectives and Options


About the CIPO Series
Acronyms
Contents
From the Editor
Introduction
Agriculture- Linking Food to Health
Introduction
Health and Nutrition: Issues and Perspectives
Dealing with Food and Nutrition Security in CARICOM
The Spreading Westernisation of CARICOM Diets and Nutrition
Food Consumption and Nutrition
The evolution of food and diets
Food Consumption Patterns in CARICOM
The evolving food consumption choices
Vegetarianism and Protein Reduction Diets
Organic eating and Organic agriculture
Live Enzyme or Raw Foods Diet
Gluten Avoidance
Agriculture - Linking Food to Health
Dependence on non-indigenous foods
Agricultural development, the food industry and nutrition
Food for Thought: Conclusion
References
Agriculture for Food, Fuel or Both
Introduction
Agriculture and Food Security
The economic context of agriculture
Grain – Rice and Corn
Poultry and Eggs
The Energy Situation in the Caribbean
Fuel from Agricultural Crops
Economic Benefits
Social Advancement
Common Challenges to Food and Fuel Security
Impact of Rising Prices
Impact of Changing Climate
Conclusion: Integrating Food and Fuel Security
Achieving Both Food and Fuel Security – Critical Considerations
Supportive policies and legislation
Identification and development of regional based industries
Technical Capacity development
Institutional Development and linkages between state, private and community actors
National and local ownership
Financing
Raw Material Production and Transportation
References
Food from the Sea
Introduction
The Ocean’s Seafood Resources
Fish Stocks
Marine stock
Aquaculture
Main Fishery Suppliers
Seafood Demand and Utilisation
Innovative Uses of the Oceans Resources for Food
Aquaculture and Mariculture
Saline Agriculture
Seaweed Plantation in Bali, Indonesia
Biomass and Energy Security
Threats to the Oceans Resources for Food and Fuel
Over-harvesting and Destructive Fishing Practices
Marine Pollution
Invasive Species
Climate change
Management Issues
Developing the Caribbean’s Marine Resources
Role of the Caribbean Sea
Sea food
Aquaculture and Mariculture
Demand for seafood
Threats and Issues
Management Options and Solutions
Further Research -Emerging Issues and Future Challenges
Diversification of products from the sea
References
Acronyms
ADHD Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
ASD Asian Development Bank
BPOA Barbados Programme of Action
CABA Caribbean Agri-Business Association
CARDI Caribbean Agricultural Development Institute
CARICOM Caribbean Community
CARILEC Caribbean Association of Electric Utilities
CCCCC Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre
CCJ Caribbean Court of Justice
CDB Caribbean Development Bank
CEER Centre for Environment and Energy Research
CEIS Caribbean Energy Information System
CERMES Centre for Resource Management and Environmental Studies, UWI
CET Common External Tariff
CFNI Caribbean Food and Nutrition Institute
CFRAMP CARICOM Fisheries Resource Assessment and Management Program
CIDA Canadian International Development Agency
CHoG CARICOM Heads of Government
CIPO Critical Issues, Perspectives and Options
CITES Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species
CLICO CL Financial Group
CNCD chronic non-communicable diseases
CPA Caribbean Poultry Association
CPI Consumer Price Index
CRFM Caribbean Regional Fisheries Mechanism
CRFN Caribbean Regional Fisherfolk Network
CRNM Caribbean Regional Negotiating Machinery
CSME CARICOM Single Market and Economy
CTA Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation
DOAM Dominica Organic Agriculture Movement
EBB European Biodiesel Board
ECCU Eastern Caribbean Currency Union
ECLAC Economic Commission on Latin America and the Caribbean
EEZ Exclusive Economic Zone
EJ exajoules
EU European Union
FAO Food and Agriculture Organisation
GDP Gross Domestic Product
GHG Greenhouse Gasses
GMOs genetically modified organisms
GSI Global Seawater Inc
HS Harmonised System
IADPA Inter-American Division Publishing Association
IDB Inter-American Development Bank
IICA Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture
IMF International Monetary Fund
IPCC Inter-governmental Panel on Climate Change
IPOA International Plans of Action
IUU illegal, unreported and unregulated
JOAM Jamaica Organic Agriculture Movement
LAC Latin America and the Caribbean
LDLs Low-density lipoprotein
LNG Liquified Natural Gas
MDCs More Developed Countries
MSY Maximum Sustainable Yield
NOAA National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
OECD Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
OECS Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States
PAHO Pan American Health Organisation
PCBs Polychlorinated biphenyls
PMRI Preventive Medicine Research Institute
POPs persistent organic pollutants
R&D Research and Development
REDD Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation
RFB Regional Fisheries Bodies
RFNS Regional Food and Nutrition Strategy
SIDS Small Islands Developing States
SSA Sub-Saharan Africa
SST sea surface temperature
UAE United Arab Emirates
UK United Kingdom
UN United Nations
UNCED UN Conference on Environment and Development
UNCLOS United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea
UNDP United Nations Development Programme
UNEP United Nations Environment Programme
UNFCCC United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change
UNFSA UN Fish Stocks Agreement
UN-REDD
United Nations-Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest
Degradation in Developing Countries
US United States
USA United States of America
USAID US Agency for International Development
USDA United States Department of Agriculture
USDHHS United States Department of Health and Human Service
UWI University of the West Indies
UWICED University of the West Indies Centre for Environment and Development
WB World Bank
WDR World Development Report
WFP World Food Programme
WFS World Food Summit
WHO World Health Organisation
WTO World Trade Organisation







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