This peer-reviewed professional quarterly examines hunger and the interconnectedness among individual, political, and institutional factors that govern how people produce, procure, and consume food and the implications for nutrition and health. It comprehensively examines local, national, and international hunger and environmental nutrition issues—specifically food access, food and water security, agriculture, food production, sustainable food systems, poverty, social justice, and human values.
The Journal of Hunger & Environmental Nutrition (JHEN) is designed to serve as an essential resource for dietitians, nutritionists, agronomists, anthropologists, economists, educators, epidemiologists, food scientists, public health practitioners, and policymakers.
Published in cooperation with the HEN DPG, JHEN is designed to provide current research and application information on public policy, legislation, and regulation related to sustainable ecosystems and the link with maintaining optimal nutrition and well-being for all people. See this brochure (1.28 MB PDF) detailing the many benefits of receiving JHEN, as well as subscription details.
The Taylor & Francis Group is a leading international academic publisher. With offices in London, Brighton, Basingstoke and Abingdon in the UK, New York and Philadelphia in the USA and Singapore and Melbourne in the Pacific Rim, the Taylor & Francis Group publishes more than 1000 journals and around 1,800 new books each year, with a books backlist in excess of 20,000 specialist titles. The Taylor & Francis Group acquired The Haworth Press, Inc., the original publisher of the Journal of Hunger & Environmental Nutrition in 2008.
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