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Jennie I. Macdiarmid
University of Aberdeen
106Publications
19H-index
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#2Tony Craig (James Hutton Institute)H-Index: 7
Last.Graham W. HorganH-Index: 37
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Financial Support: This work was supported by the Scottish Government Rural and Environment Science and Analytical Services (RESAS) division. RESAS had no role in the design, analysis or writing of this article.
#1Graham W. HorganH-Index: 37
#2Andrea Scalco (Aberd.: University of Aberdeen)
Last.Jennie I. Macdiarmid (Aberd.: University of Aberdeen)H-Index: 19
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Abstract The amount of meat consumed is having a negative impact on both health and the environment. This study investigated the probability of eating meat and the amount eaten at a meal within different social, temporal and situational contexts. Dietary intake data from 4-day diet diaries of adults (19 years and above) taken from the UK National Diet and Nutrition Survey (2008/9-2013/14) were used for the analysis. Individual eating occasions were identified and the effects of where the food wa...
Objective To model dietary changes required to shift the UK population to diets that meet dietary recommendations for health, have lower greenhouse gas emissions (GHGE) and are affordable for different income groups. Design Linear programming was used to create diets that meet dietary requirements for health and reduced GHGE (57 and 80 % targets) by income quintile, taking account of food budgets and foods currently purchased, thereby keeping dietary change to a minimum. Setting/Participants Nut...
#1C. HallH-Index: 1
Last.Terry DawsonH-Index: 6
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The importance of forests in supporting the well-being of poor rural communities cannot be overstated, not only for improving food security but also for biodiversity conservation. For many people living in developing regions of the world, forests provide healthy and nutrient-dense foods which can improve overall diet quality and act as a safety net during times of hardship. Forests can also provide a source of income and facilitate certain agricultural practices, potentially allowing for poverty...
#1Simone Cerroni ('QUB': Queen's University Belfast)H-Index: 4
#2Verity WatsonH-Index: 19
Last.Jennie I. Macdiarmid (Aberd.: University of Aberdeen)H-Index: 19
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This paper tests if second-price Vickrey auction (SPVA) and discrete choice experiment (DCE) are isomorphic, and whether lack of isomorphism is due to value elicitation, value-formation or both. We conduct an artefactual field experiment that combines induced-value (IV) and home-grown (HG) procedures using SPVA and DCE. Induced-value preferences are elicited for tokens and HG preferences for multi-attribute lasagnes. Attributes are healthiness and environmental sustainability. Our results sugges...
#1Rosemary Green (Lond: University of London)H-Index: 10
#2Edward J. M. Joy (Lond: University of London)H-Index: 13
Last.Pete Smith (Aberd.: University of Aberdeen)H-Index: 95
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Abstract Agriculture is a major contributor to India's environmental footprint, particularly through greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from livestock and fresh water used for irrigation. These impacts are likely to increase in future as agriculture attempts to keep pace with India's growing population and changing dietary preferences. Within India there is considerable dietary variation, and this study therefore aimed to quantify the GHG emissions and water usage associated with distinct dietary pa...
Objective: To model dietary changes required to shift the UK population to diets that meet dietary recommendations for health, have lower greenhouse gas emissions (GHGE) and are affordable for different income groups. Design: Linear programming was used to create diets that meet dietary requirements for health and reduced GHGE (57% and 80% targets) by income quintile, taking into account food budgets and foods currently purchased, thereby keeping dietary change to a minimum. Subjects: Nutrient c...
#1Stephen Whybrow (Aberd.: University of Aberdeen)H-Index: 17
#2Jennie I. Macdiarmid (Aberd.: University of Aberdeen)H-Index: 19
Abstract Attitudes and preferences of the main shopper in households (n = 203) across Scotland towards beef and beef products that were produced in Scotland were assessed by questionnaire. Consumer panel purchase data from the preceding six-months were collected for those households by Kantar Worldpanel. Beef products from Scotland accounted for 39% (by value) of all beef purchases, with an additional 46% from Great Britain and 9% from Ireland. Participants tended to report that being locally pr...
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