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Dominant drivers of the increasing environmental footprint of changing diets in China
Dong Liping1,2; Zhang Gang3; Li Xianting4; Liu He5; Pei Huijuan1,2; Song Xiaoyu1,2; Liao Qin1,2; Liu Yanfei1,2; Niu Yibo1,2
2021-08-20
Source PublicationJournal of Cleaner Production
ISSN0959-6526
Volume312Issue:127694Pages:1-9
Abstract

Shifting diets potentially contribute significantly, both directly and indirectly, to arable land depletion, water resource shortages, and climate change. They also play a key role in the sustainable development of resources and the environment in China. However, the economic and social demographic factors driving the environmental footprints of diet are not yet well understood and quantified, which hinders an effective assessment of the potential of clean food consumption in reducing environmental stress due to resource shortages and global warming. We based this study on Chinese statistical data and considered residents in China, who account for about 20% of the world's population, as the research object to demonstrate that the environmental footprints of the residents' diets at different levels are primarily driven by Engel's coefficient and the children dependency ratio, and secondarily by the proportion of the illiterate population in the total population over six years old, and these factors have completely different mechanisms of influencing the environmental footprint of urban and rural residents. These findings provide unique evidence supporting the regulation of the diet by influencing factors that can provide a reference for policy makers globally, especially in developing countries such as China with scarce arable land and freshwater resources, to address the diet-resource environment dilemma and promote the sustainable development of humans, resources, and the environment.

KeywordChina Diet Environmental Footprint Exogenous Drivers Resource Shortages
MOST Discipline Catalogue理学::生态学 ; 农学::农业资源与环境
DOIhttps://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2021.127694
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Language英语
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.las.ac.cn/handle/12502/11700
Collection中国科学院兰州文献情报中心_战略情报研究部
Corresponding AuthorDong Liping; Pei Huijuan
Affiliation1.Northwest Institute of Eco-Environment and Resources, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Lanzhou 730000, China
2.Information Center, Northwest Institute of Eco-Environment and Resources, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Lanzhou 730000, China
3.Gansu Provincial Department of Agriculture and Rural Affairs, Lanzhou, 730000, China
4.College of Life Sciences, Henan Normal University, Xinxiang Henan, 453007, China
5.Gansu Vocational and Technical College of Architecture, Lanzhou, 730050, China
First Author Affilication中国科学院文献情报中心
Corresponding Author Affilication中国科学院文献情报中心
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Dong Liping,Zhang Gang,Li Xianting,et al. Dominant drivers of the increasing environmental footprint of changing diets in China[J]. Journal of Cleaner Production,2021,312(127694):1-9.
APA Dong Liping.,Zhang Gang.,Li Xianting.,Liu He.,Pei Huijuan.,...&Niu Yibo.(2021).Dominant drivers of the increasing environmental footprint of changing diets in China.Journal of Cleaner Production,312(127694),1-9.
MLA Dong Liping,et al."Dominant drivers of the increasing environmental footprint of changing diets in China".Journal of Cleaner Production 312.127694(2021):1-9.
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