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Introduction: critical perspectives on food sovereignty
Visions of food sovereignty have been extremely important in helping to galvanize broad-based and diverse movements around the need for radical changes in agro-food systems. Yet while foodExpand
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Agroecology, Food Sovereignty, and the New Green Revolution
In the face of recurrent global food crises, institutions of the corporate food regime propose a new Green Revolution coupled with a continuation of neoliberal economic policies. Because these areExpand
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From Food Crisis to Food Sovereignty.: The Challenge of Social Movements.
The current global food crisis — decades in the making — is a crushing indictment against capitalist agriculture and the corporate monopolies that dominate the world's food systems. The role of theExpand
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Measuring farmers’ agroecological resistance after Hurricane Mitch in Nicaragua: a case study in participatory, sustainable land management impact monitoring
A study using a participatory research approach and simple field techniques found significant differences in agroecological resistance between plots on “conventional” and “sustainable” farms inExpand
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Acknowledgements Food Policy Councils: Lessons Learned is the result of a collaboration between Food First and the Community Food Security Coalition. This study would not have been possible withoutExpand
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Reform or Transformation?: The Pivotal Role of Food Justice in the U.S. Food Movement
The global food crisis has pushed the U.S. food movement to a political juncture. A sixth of the world’s population is now hungry—just as a sixth of the U.S. population is “food insecure.” TheseExpand
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Food movements unite! : strategies to transform our food systems
The present corporate food regime dominating the planet’s food systems is environmentally destructive, financially volatile and socially unjust. Though the regime’s contributions to the planet’sExpand
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We Already Grow Enough Food for 10 Billion People … and Still Can't End Hunger
A new a study from McGill University and the University of Minnesota published in the journal Nature compared organic and conventional yields from 66 studies and 316 trials (Seufert et al. 2012).Expand
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