BIBLIOGRAPHIE DE REFERENCE

De nombreuses références bibliographiques sont disponibles au Centre de ressources de la Chaire Unesco "Alimentations du monde" de SupAgro Montpellier, partenaire de la Fondation. Par ailleurs, les articles et rapports suivants font également référence dans la compréhension du défi alimentaire.

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