5 ATTACHING VALUE TO COSTS AND BENEFITS
Lessons from The Hidden Costs of Energy: Unpriced Consequences of Energy Production and Use
Valuing Agricultural Externalities and Public Health Impacts
6 EXPLORING COSTS AND BENEFITS
Effects of Food Production, Processing, and Consumption on GHG Emissions and Energy Use
Soil, Water, and Other Environmental Consequences of Food Production, Processing, and Consumption
Consequences of Antimicrobial Use in Agriculture
Public Health Effects
Major Overarching Themes of Working Group Discussions
7 REFLECTING ON THE PATH FORWARD
Are Externalities the Best Way to Frame the Problem?
Trade-Offs Associated with Different Scales of Animal Production
Uncertainty About the Magnitude of Some Effects
Opportunities for More Data and Research
The Daunting Challenge of Measuring “the” Cost of Food
A Workshop Agenda
B Speaker Biographical Sketches
C Workshop Attendees
D Abbreviations and Acronyms
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Exploring Health and Environmental Costs of Food: Workshop Summary.
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