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(24 August 2016) This collection of highly cited articles written by invited experts provides perspectives on environmental, health, and socioeconomic issues and their interactions relating to food sustainability. Comprehensive and interdisciplinary knowledge is necessary to feed our world while maintaining ethical standards in the treatment of animals, preserving biodiversity on our planet, and being good stewards of the land, air, and water. From humane methods for food production, to sustainable consumption of transport, housing, energy use, and food, the following articles offer valuable insight. They highlight the wider context of existing scientific knowledge and provide guidance for future research.
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