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Tackling Obesities: Future Choices - Food Chain Industries' Perspectives on the Future
The UK food and drink supply chain industries – farming, manufacturing, catering and retailing – touch the life of every individual in every household on a daily basis. The industries surveyed recogn

Author: Martin Paterson
Organisation: UK Government Office for Science
Publish Date: 2007
Tackling Obesities: Future Choices - Future Trends in Technology and their Impact on Obesity
The purpose of this report is to explore the future impact of new technologies on obesity, health and maintenance of energy balance over the next 20 years in the context of the project’s systems mode

Author: Bill Sharpe, Vivienne Pary, Re Dubhthaigh, Toke Barter
Organisation: UK Government Office for Science
Publish Date: 2007
Tackling Obesities: Future Choices - Modelling Future Trends in Obesity and the Impact on Health
This report considers the following questions in turn: What will be the likely distribution of overweight and obesity across the population over the next 40 years; What will be the likely health and

Author: Klim McPherson, Tim Marsh, Martin Brown
Organisation: UK Government Office for Science
Publish Date: 2007
Tackling Obesities: Future Choices - Obesity System Atlas
This report presents the visual representations of the obesity system map developed during a qualitative systems mapping exercise undertaken for the Foresight Tackling Obesities: Future Choices proje

Author: Philippe Vandenbroeck, Jo Goossens, Marshall Clemens
Organisation: UK Government Office for Science
Publish Date: 2007
Tackling Obesities: Future Choices One-Year Review
This one year review describes some of the main activities carried out by government, and other stakeholders concerned with managing obesity, which have been informed by the report. Some of these act

Author: David King
Organisation: UK Government Office for Science
Publish Date: 2007
Tackling obesities: Future choices – Obesogenic environments
The term ‘obesogenic environment’ refers to the role environmental factors can play in determining both nutrition and physical activity. This report considers the current research on the impact of th

Author: Maria Duggan, Mary Lawrence, Bryony Butland
Organisation: UK Government Office for Science
Publish Date: 2007
Tackling Obesities: Future Choices – Visualising the Future: Scenarios to 2050
The key features of four scenarios, with particular reference to health and obesity, are outlined in this document. Each scenario has been anchored in clearly identified features of the present.

Author: Tamsin Chipperfield, Richard O’Brien, Tim Bolderson et al
Organisation: UK Government Office for Science
Publish Date: 2007
Tackling Obesities: The Foresight Report and Implications for Local Government
This report summarises the key findings of the Foresight Report ‘Tackling Obesities: Future Choices – Project Report for Local Government’. ‘Tackling Obesities: Future Choices’ has taken a strategic

Author: Jill Aylott, Ian Brown, Rob Copeland, Dave Johnson
Organisation: Faculty of Health and Wellbeing Sheffield Hallam University
Publish Date: March 2008
Taking a strategic view: Energy in the global metals and mining sector
This article highlights the energy imperative and how strategic management of energy is already beginning to happen in these industries. Like any asset, energy should be strategically managed to crea

Author: Deloitte Global Services
Organisation: Deloitte Global Services
Publish Date: 2012
Targeting and Universalism in Poverty Reduction
This paper is divided into two parts. In the first part, Thandika Mkandawire discusses the forces behind the shift from universalism toward selectivity in using social policies to combat poverty in t

Author: Thandika Mkandawire
Organisation: United Nations Research Institute for Social Development
Publish Date: December 2005
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