The New Environmental Security: Linking Food, Water, and Energy for Integrative and Diagnostic Social-ecological Research

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Source:
Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development
Authors:
Philip A. Loring
S. Craig Gerlach
Henry P. Huntington

Tradeoffs and interactions between food, water, and energy systems, is argued in this article to be place-based and which is illustrated by the location of study area in Alaska. Furthermore, this report describes a new framework for environmental security, one that draws food, water, and energy security into a unified socio-ecological research program.