Monthly Archives: September 2015

#FoodSecurity writ large, civic food networks and household food shortages discussed by rural sociologists

Food Security – for whom? was the focus of a special session at the European Society of Rural Sociology conference in Aberdeen in August. The three speakers focussed on different aspects of food security. You can hear their presentations below … Continue reading

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#Economics, #climate change and #farming – time to get it right: An interview with Prof Felix Fitzroy

For too long most economists have generally got climate change and farming wrong argues Felix Fitzroy, emeritus professor of economics at the University of St Andrews. In this short interview he explains how he became interested in the connections, the … Continue reading

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