Re-embedding global agriculture : The international organic and fair trade movements

@inproceedings{Raynolds2000ReembeddingGA,
  title={Re-embedding global agriculture : The international organic and fair trade movements},
  author={Laura T. Raynolds},
  year={2000}
}
  • Laura T. Raynolds
  • Published 2000
The international organic agriculture and fair trade movements represent important challenges to the ecologically and socially destructive relations that characterize the global agro-food system. Both movements critique conventional agricultural production and consumption patterns and seek to create a more sustainable world agro-food system. The international organic movement focuses on re-embedding crop and livestock production in “natural processes,” encouraging trade in agricultural… CONTINUE READING
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