Farming in the Future by Ian Graham
  

Synopsis

Farming in the Future by Ian Graham

From the farming methods in the developed world and the impact of cash crop farming in developing countries to the processing and transporting of food and the impact of animal diseases, this series covers all aspects of food farming and production around the world. It looks at their impact on the environment and the high-tech ways in which our food may be produced in the future. The series covers: Environmental themes, such as food miles, sustainable farming, habitat destruction, and soil erosion The ethics of animal farming and animal rights The contents of processed foods and other nutritional issues surrounding food production The future of farming and farming technology, such as GM foods, nano foods and robot pickers

About the Author

Ian Graham has written more than one hundred non-fiction books and numerous magazine articles on video, computers, electronics and communications. After taking a degree in applied physics and a post-graduate diploma in journalism at the City University, London, he worked for three years as an editor in consumer electronics magazines before turning freelance. His book 'How it works: Helicopters' received a commendation in that year's Science Book Prizes and he has also had books selected as 'Books for the Teen Age' by the US Library of Congress.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Ian Graham
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Publisher

Wayland (Publishers) Ltd an imprint of Hachette Children's Books

Publication date

13th October 2011

ISBN

9780750267069


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