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I need to write a book report that is related to global Agriculture. 1000 words. 3 parts: Intro - describe the book, describe the authors thesis/point of view, critically review the book and authors views.
And here is the book list: You must have access to one to be able to write the report. Also please note no advance payments. Payment created and made after satisfactory work has been turned in!
Becker, Jasper, 1996. Hungry ghosts: Mao’s secret famine. The Free Press.
Berry, Wendell, 1977. The unsettling of America: Culture and agriculture. Sierra Club Books.
Blaxter, Kenneth and Noel Robertson, 1995. From dearth to plenty: The modern revolution in food production. Cambridge University Press.
Cheeke, Peter R., 2004. Contemporary issues in animal agriculture. Pearson Prentice Hall.
Cline, William R., 2007. Global warming and agriculture: Impact estimates by country. Center for Global Development, Peterson Institute for International Economics.
Conkin, Paul K., 2008. A revolution down on the farm: The transformation of American agriculture since 1929. University Press of Kentucky.
De Villiers, Marq, 2000. Water: The fate of our most precious resource. Mariner Books.
Friedman, Thomas L., 2008. Hot, flat, and crowded: Why we need a green revolution and how it can renew America. Farrar, Straus and Giroux.
Friedman, Thomas L., 2000. The lexus and the olive tree: Understanding globalization. Anchor Books.
Fukuoka, Masanobu, 1978. The one-straw revolution. New York Review of Books.
Hansen, James, 2009. Storms of my grandchildren: The truth about the coming climate catastrophe and our last chance to save humanity. Bloomsbury USA.
Ikerd, John E., 2008. Crisis and opportunity: Sustainability in American agriculture. University of Nebraska.
Lappé, Frances Moore, Joseph Collins and Peter Rosset with Luis Esparza, 1998. World hunger: 12 myths. Grove Press, 2nd edition.
Leisinger, Klaus M., Karin M. Schmitt and Rajul Pandya-Lorch, 2002. Six billion and counting: Population growth and food security in the 21st century. International Food Policy Research Institute.
Lombord, Bjorn, 2007. Cool it: The skeptical environmentalist’s guide to global warming. Alfred A. Knopf.
Lovelock, James, 2009. The vanishing face of Gaia: A final warning. Basic Books.
Mann, Michael E. and Lee R. Kump, 2008. Dire predictions: Understanding global warming. DK Publishing, Inc.
Manning, Richard, 2004. Against the grain: How agriculture has hijacked civilization. North Point Press.
Mazoyer, Marcel and Laurence Roudart, 2006. A history of world agriculture: From the Neolithic age to the current crisis. Monthly Review Press.
Pachirat, Timothy, 2011. Every twelve seconds: Industrialized slaughter and the politics of sight. Yale University Press.
Pearce, Fred, 2010. The coming population crash, and our planet’s surprising future. Beacon Press.
Pollan, Michael, 2006. The omnivore’s dilemma: A natural history of four meals. Penguin Books.
Renner, Michael, 1996. Fighting for survival: Environmental decline, social conflict, and the new age of insecurity. W.W. Norton and Company.
Roberts, Paul, 2008. The end of food. Mariner Books.
Robbins, John, 1992. May all be fed: Diet for a new world. William Morrow and Company, Inc.
Runge, C. Ford, Benjamin Senauer, Philip G. Pardey and Mark W. Rosegrant, 2003. Ending hunger in our lifetime: Food security and globalization. International Food Policy Research Institute.
Shiva, Vandana, 2000. Stolen harvest: The hijacking of the global food supply. South End Press.
Sussman, Brian, 2010. Climategate: A veteran meteorologist exposes the global warming scam. WND Books.
Taeb, M. and A. H. Zakri, Eds., 2008. Agriculture, human security, and peace: A crossroad in African Development. Purdue University Press.
Tertzakian,Peter, 2006. A thousand barrels a second: The coming oil break point and the challenges facing an energy dependent world. McGraw-Hill.