There are a number of positive and negative interactions between changes in our consumption patterns, diets, diet-related health, environmental condition and our community wellbeing. A number of researchers in the Centre are exploring these interactions and more specifically, the impact of:
- Agriculture and food production on environmental sustainability
- The environment and pollution on health and socio-economic (e.g. household or farm values) outcomes
- Changing food markets and environments on consumption and diet-related health (e.g. obesity, cardiovascular disease, diabetes)
- Climate change, weather and water allocations on farmer mental health
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