Video: Professor Pierre Desrochers on ”The Case against Locavorism and Food Sovereignty”

First Published: 2017-12-27

One problem created by the unparalleled reliability and security of our globalized food supply chain is that too many people are unaware of the reasons having motivated its development. This wouldn’t be problematic if local food activists hadn’t successfully pushed the idea of drastically increasing our reliance on local food production in the name of, among other things, improving food security, saving family farms, creating jobs, delivering better nutrition, reducing environmental impact and creating social capital.

 

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