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Third natures: Reconstituting space through place-making strategies for sustainability

@article{Marsden2012ThirdNR,
  title={Third natures: Reconstituting space through place-making strategies for sustainability},
  author={T. Marsden},
  journal={International Journal of the Sociology of Agriculture and Food},
  year={2012},
  volume={19},
  pages={257-274}
}
  • T. Marsden
  • Published 2012
  • Economics
  • International Journal of the Sociology of Agriculture and Food
  • The recent rises in food prices represent the ‘tip of the iceberg’ and a ‘canary in the mine’ moment for world agriculture. They are underlain by a continuing race to the bottom and by speculative processes whereby systems of resource production and exploitation are continuing to rely upon ‘infinite supply’ assumptions and narrow technological solutions to world hunger. It is argued here that these conditions are leading to a dominant and aggregated policy framing that tends to marginalize… CONTINUE READING
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