Food: whose power to control?. Geoff Tansey www.tansey.org.uk Power & Politics FOE local groups conference 11 September 2010. Food system basics. Biological - ecological History - global restructuring Human needs - multi-dimensional physiological psychological social cultural.
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Food:whose power to control?
Power & Politics
FOE local groups conference
11 September 2010
Sources: FAO, USDA, WHO & World Bank
Source: Abbott, Rogers and Sloboda, Oxford Research Group
Source: WIDER Angle, 2/2006
Global markets / global rules
Patents, Power and
genuinely sustainable food systems:
Thinking about systems change
Choosing leverage points, levels and areas
Donella H. Meadows, Thinking in Systems - A Primer, Earthscan, 2009
- eg stocks,
Source: etc group, Who Owns Nature? Corporate Power and the Final Frontier in the Commodification of Life
Pick your focus
Within a bigger framework for a just, sustainable and healthy [food] system on a small blue planet