Precipice and Possibility: A #Food Regime Approach to Emergent Futures of Growing and Eating by Harriet Friedmann

What are the possible futures for our food systems – desirable and undesirable? That was what Harriet Friedmann was reflecting on in the Sociologia Ruralis lecture at the 15th European Society for Rural Sociology conference in Aberdeen yesterday.

In this talk she developed some of the themes in her contribution to the Food Systems Academy.

Update 23 Sep 15: You can now download the powerpoint from her talk here.

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About geofftansey

I curate the Food Systems Academy, a free, on-line, open education resource to transform our food systems. I am also a member of the Food Ethics Council and chaired the Fabian Commission on Food and Poverty, which reported in 2015.
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2 Responses to Precipice and Possibility: A #Food Regime Approach to Emergent Futures of Growing and Eating by Harriet Friedmann

  1. Geoff. Harriet’s presentation is great. Do you by any chance have access to her presentation as I’d like to take the time also to study some of her slides.

    Best wishes Pamela

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