Millstone, E. and Lang, T. (2008). The Atlas of Food: Who Eats What, Where, and Why. Berkley: University of California Press.
Nabhan, Gary Paul. (2009). Where our Food Comes From: Retracing Nikolay Vavilov’s Quest to End World Famine. Washington, DC: Island Press.
- Susanne Gura (2008). Industrial livestock production and its impact on smallholders in developing countries. Consultancy report to the League for Pastoral Peoples and Endogenous Livestock Development
- Melinda Smale and Amanda King (2005). What is Diversity Worth to Farmers? International Food Policy Research Institute.
- The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) State of World Fisheries and Aquaculture.
- Burlingame, Barbara and Dernini, Sandro (Eds.). (2010). Sustainable Diets and Biodiversity: Directions and Solutions for Policy, Research and Action. Proceedings of the International Scientific Symposium: Biodiversity and Sustainable Diets United Against Hunger (3-5 November 2010). Rome: FAO: Nutrition and Consumer Protection Division.
- Evan Fraser and Andrew Rimas (2010). Empires of Food: Feast, Famine, and the Rise and Fall of Civilizations. Free Press.
- Peter Menzel and Faith D’Aluisio (2007). Hungry Planet: What the World Eats. Napa, California: Material World.
- Carine Pionetti (2005). Sowing Autonomy: Gender and Seed Politics in Semi Arid India. London: International Institute on Environment and Development.
- Martha Rose Shulman (2002). The Foodlover’s Atlas of the World. Willowdale, ON: Firefly Books Ltd.
- GRAIN (2011). Food and Climate Change: The Forgotten Link.
- ETC Group (2009). Who Will Feed Us? Questions for the Food and Agriculture Crises. Ottawa: ETC Group.
- GRAIN (2009). Earth Matters: Tackling the Climate Crisis from the Ground Up. Spain: GRAIN.
- Helena Paul, Almuth Ernsting, Stella Semino, Susanne Gura & Antje Lorch (2009). Agriculture and Climate Change: Real Problems, False Solutions. Oxford: ExoNexus.
- UNEP (2009). The Environmental Food Crisis.
- GRAIN (2012). The great food robbery: How corporations control food, grab land and destroy the climate. Pambazuka Press.
- GRAIN (2012). Squeezing Africa dry: Behind every land grab is a water grab.
- ETC Group (2010). Geopiracy. Ottawa: ETC Group.
- ETC Group. (2010). The New Biomassters: Synthetic Biology and the Next Assault on Biodiversity and Livelihoods. Ottawa: ETC Group.
- Andrew Mushita and Carol Thompson (2007). Biopiracy of Biodiversity: Global Exchange as Enclosure. Africa World Press, Inc.
- ETC Group (2004). Down on the Farm: The Impact of Nano-scale Technologies on Food and Agriculture. Ottawa: ETC Group.
- Terri Raney and Prabhu Pingali (2004). Private Research and Public Goods: Implications of Biotechnology for Biodiversity. Italy: Food and Agriculture Organization: Economic and Social Department: Agricultural and Development Economics Division.
- Andrew Kimbrell (Ed.) (2002). The Fatal Harvest Reader: The Tragedy of Industrial Agriculture. Island Press.
- Vandana Shiva (1999). Stolen Harvest: The Hijacking of the Global Food Supply. South End Press.
- ETC Group (2012). Who Will Control the Green Economy? Ottawa: ETC Group.
- Armin Paasch (Ed.) (2007). Trade Policies and Hunger: The Impact of Trade Liberalization on the Right to Food of Rice Farming Communities in Ghana, Honduras, and Indonesia. Geneva: Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance.
- Stewart Lockie and David Carpenter (Eds.) (2009). Agriculture, Biodiversity and Markets: Livelihoods and Agroecology in Comparative Perspective. Routledge.
- Ellen McCullough, Prabhu Pingali and Kostas Stamoulis (Eds.) (2008). The Transformation of Agri-Food Systems: Globalization, Supply Chains and Smallholder Farmers. Routledge
- Bill Vorley (2001). The Chains of Agriculture: Sustainability and the Restructuring of Agri-food Markets. International Institute for Environment and Development.
- David Goodman and Michael J. Watts (Eds.) (1997). Globalising Food: Agrarian Questions and Global Restructuring. Routledge.
- Cary Fowler and Pat Mooney (1990). Shattering: Food, Politics, and the Loss of Genetic Diversity. University of Arizona Press.
- Tristram Stuart (2009). Waste: Uncovering the Global Food Scandal. W. W. Norton & Company.
- Raj Patal (2008). Stuffed and Starved. Melville House.
- Paul Roberts (2008). The End of Food. Mariner Books.
- Charles Siebert (2011). Food Ark. National Geographic Magazine.
- Sue Stolton, Nigel Maxted, Brian Ford-Lloyd, Shelagh Kell,and Nigel Dudley (2006). Food Stores: Using protected areas to secure crop genetic diversity. World Wide Fund for Nature.
- International Institute for Environment and Development (2010) Towards Food Sovereignty: Reclaiming Autonomous Food Systems.
- International Fund for Agricultural Development, the Food and Agriculture Organization, and the World Bank (2009). The Gender in Agriculture Sourcebook. Washington, DC: The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development /The World Bank.
- Faris Ahmed (2009). Seeds, knowledge and diversity in the hands of small-scale farmers in Honduras. Leisa Magazine, March 2009.
- Chantal Blouin, Jean-Frédéric Lemay, Kausar Ashraf, Jane Imai, and Lazar Konforti (2009). Local Food Systems and Public Policy: A Review of the Literature. Équiterre & The Centre for Trade Policy and Law, Carleton University.
- Jan Douwe van der Ploeg (2008). The New Peasantries: Struggles for Autonomy and Sustainability in an Era of Empire and Globalization. Routledge.
- Farhad Mazhar, Daniel Buckles, P.V. Satheesh, and Farida Akhter (2007). Food Sovereignty and Uncultivated Biodiversity in South Asia. International Development Research Centre.
- Bioversity International (2012). Diversity protects the bean harvests of poor farmers in Uganda.
- Development Fund of Norway (2010) A Viable Food Future.
- La Via Campesina (2009). Small scale sustainable farmers are cooling down the earth. Jakarta: La Via Campesina.
- Jules Siedenburg, Kimberly Pfeifer, and Kelly Hauser (2009). People-Centred Resilience: Working with Vulnerable Farmers Towards Climate Change Adaptation and Food Security (Briefing Paper 135). Oxford, England: Oxfam International.
- Lim Li Ching (2008). Sustainable Agriculture: Meeting Food Security Needs, Addressing Climate Change Challenges. Oakland Institute
- Devra I. Jarvis, Christine Padoch, and H. D. Cooper (Eds.) (2007). Managing Biodiversity in Agricultural Ecosystems. Colombia University Press.
- Masanobu Fukuoka (1975). One Straw Revolution. Rodale Press.
Policy and Governance
- The International Assessment of Agricultural Knowledge, Science and Technology for Development (IAASTD) (2009). Agriculture at a Crossroads. Washington, DC: Island Press.
- Alex Evans (2009). The Feeding of the Nine Billion: Global Food Security for the 21st Century. London: Royal Institute of International Affairs: Chatham House.
- Jean-Charles Le Vallée (2008). Achieving Food Security through Food System Resilience. VDM Verlag.
- Geoff Tansey & Tasmin Rajotte (Eds.) (2008). The Future Control of Food: A Guide to International Negotiations and Rules on Intellectual Property, Biodiversity and Food Security. Earthscan.
- Regine Andersen (2008). Governing Agrobiodiversity: Plant Genetics and Developing Countries. Ashgate.
- Sarah Elton (2010). Locavore: From Farmers’ Fields to Rooftop Gardens – How Canadians are Changing the Way We Eat. HarperCollins Canada.
- Kathryn Scharf, Charles Levkoe & Nick Saul (The Stop Community Food Centre) (2010). In Every Community a Place for Food: The Role of the Community Food Centre in Building a Local, Sustainable, and Just Food System. The Metcalf Foundation.
- Curtis, M. (Apr 2010). Fertile Ground: How Governments and Donors can Halve Hunger by Supporting Small Farmers. London, United Kingdom: ActionAid.
- Michael Pollan (2009). In Defense of Food: An Eater’s Manifesto. Penguin Books
- Adria Vasil (2007). Ecoholic. Toronto: Random House.
- Michael Norton (2006). The Everyday Activist: 365 Ways to Change the World. Toronto, ON: House of Anansi Press Inc.
- Gayla Trail (2005). You Grow Girl: The Groundbreaking Guide to Gardening. Touchstone
- Sharon Remple (2003). DIG: Diversity in Gardens. Edmonton, Alberta.