2019 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
Mario Herrero spends much of his time researching Food security, Agriculture, Environmental resource management, Livestock and Natural resource economics. His work in the fields of Food security, such as Food systems, intersects with other areas such as Food processing. His Agriculture research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Land use, Agricultural economics, Greenhouse gas and Systems modeling.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Ecosystem services, Environmental planning, Climate change, Pastoralism and Agroecology. His Livestock research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Poverty and Agricultural science. His Natural resource economics research incorporates elements of Environmental impact assessment and Livelihood.
His primary scientific interests are in Agriculture, Food security, Livestock, Climate change and Natural resource economics. His research integrates issues of Productivity, Land use, Greenhouse gas and Agricultural economics in his study of Agriculture. In the subject of general Food security, his work in Food systems is often linked to Food processing, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
His research on Livestock also deals with topics like
Mario Herrero focuses on Agriculture, Food security, Natural resource economics, Food systems and Climate change. Mario Herrero has researched Agriculture in several fields, including Farm water and Agricultural economics. His Food security research includes themes of Productivity, Livestock and Cost–benefit analysis.
His Natural resource economics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Water scarcity, Habitat, Food prices and Marginal abatement cost, Greenhouse gas. His Food systems research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Sustainability, Industrial organization and Sustainable development. His research in Climate change focuses on subjects like Grazing, which are connected to Agroforestry.
Food security, Natural resource economics, Agriculture, Food systems and Livestock are his primary areas of study. His studies in Food security integrate themes in fields like Environmental economics and Sustainable development. His research in Natural resource economics intersects with topics in Water scarcity and Sustainability.
His Agriculture study combines topics in areas such as Population growth, Zero waste and Public policy. His research in Food systems intersects with topics in Biodiversity, Food prices, Habitat and Ecosystem services. The Livestock study combines topics in areas such as Agroforestry, Scale, Livelihood, Nutrition Education and Socioeconomics.
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Food in the Anthropocene: the EAT–Lancet Commission on healthy diets from sustainable food systems
Walter Willett;Johan Rockström;Johan Rockström;Brent Loken;Marco Springmann.
The Lancet (2019)
Sustainable Intensification in Agriculture: Premises and Policies
Tara Garnett;M.C. Appleby;A. Balmford;I.J. Bateman.
Options for keeping the food system within environmental limits
Natural climate solutions
Smart investments in sustainable food production: revisiting mixed crop-livestock systems.
M. Herrero;P. K. Thornton;A. M. Notenbaert;S. Wood.
Biomass use, production, feed efficiencies, and greenhouse gas emissions from global livestock systems
The impacts of climate change on livestock and livestock systems in developing countries: A review of what we know and what we need to know
Philip K. Thornton;J.A. van de Steeg;An Maria Omer Notenbaert;Mario Herrero.
Agricultural Systems (2009)
The Global Syndemic of Obesity, Undernutrition, and Climate Change: The Lancet Commission report
Boyd A Swinburn;Boyd A Swinburn;Vivica I Kraak;Steven Allender;Vincent J Atkins.
The Lancet (2019)
Adapting agriculture to climate change in Kenya: household strategies and determinants.
Elizabeth Bryan;Claudia Ringler;Barrack Okoba;Carla Roncoli.
Journal of Environmental Management (2013)
Climate change mitigation through livestock system transitions
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