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2000: Suman Sahai , Gene Campaign: Gene Patents in India 2004: Richard Jefferson, CAMBIA: Public-Good Intellectual Property 2006: Margaret Mellon, Union of Concerned Scientists: Regulation of Factory Farms 2007: David Cleveland, UCSB: The Local Food Movement in California

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2000: SumanSahai, Gene Campaign: Gene Patents in India

2004: Richard Jefferson, CAMBIA: Public-Good Intellectual Property

2006: Margaret Mellon, Union of Concerned Scientists: Regulation of Factory Farms

2007: David Cleveland, UCSB: The Local Food Movement in California

2008: Peggy Barlett, Emory: Sustainability Movements on U.S. Campuses

2011: Jack Kloppenburg, Wis.: Politics of Foodsheds

2012: This evening’s panel

thanks to
Thanks to…

College of Arts & Sciences

Dept. of Anthropology

Program in Env. Studies

Danforth Ctr. Center on Religion & Politics

Burning Kumqwat

a very economical way to produce meat
“A Very Economical Way to Produce Meat”
  • But only economical because allowed to externalize costs
  • bio-environmental damage (fertilizer pollution, bee colony collapse, etc.)
  • human-environmental damage (deteriorating rural areas)
  • public health damage (antibiotic resistance)
  • and especially animal cruelty on unprecedented scale
how did we get here and what is our ethical response
How Did We Get HereandWhat Is Our Ethical Response?

It’s out fault as consumers – our “growing appetite for cheap meat”

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Responses

  • Stop Eating Meat
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Responses

  • Stop Eating Meat
  • Reform Laws & Policies
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Responses

  • Stop Eating Meat
  • Reform Laws & Policies
  • Techno-Fetishism
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Counter-Responses

  • New PR campaigns
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Counter-Responses

  • New PR campaigns
  • Ag-Gag
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Counter-Responses

  • New PR campaigns
  • Ag-Gag
  • New niche: food scrooges
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Small Farms Productivity & Sustainability

ROMANTIC & UNSCIENTIFIC?

Olga Linares

Ester Boserup

Robert Netting

and many others…

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In US & Canada: New Agrarianism

“the celebration of agriculture and rural life for the positive impact thereof on the individual and society”

1947

an ethical argument for supporting new farms
An Ethical Argument for Supporting New Farms
  • (promotes rural life, slow money, and farmers)
  • (produces more than enough food – we already produce too much food)
  • Welfare of Animals on New American Farms
    • A good life they would never have if not for carnivory
  • Welfare of Animals in CAFO’s
    • This is the only real challenge to hegemony of CAFO meat
    • A world is within reach in which humanely raised, healthy, pastured meat is the default