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The politics of industrial agriculture
|Statement||Tracey Clunies-Ross and Nicholas Hildyard|
|Contributions||Hildyard, Nicholas, International Institute for Environment and Development|
|LC Classifications||HD1415 .C55 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9781849710220, 9781853831386|
|LC Control Number||2009038581|
Jonathan Safran Foer and the Limits of Liberal Climate Politics of four works of fiction, a book on broken industrial agriculture were intended to forestall the type of militancy that led. In , the director of USAID coined the term “green revolution” to celebrate the new technological solutions that promised to ease hunger around the world—and forestall the spread of more “red,” or socialist, revolutions. Yet in China, where modernization and scientific progress could not be divorced from politics, green and red revolutions proceeded side by side. In Red . Industrial agriculture can pack an economic wallop hundreds of miles from its origin—just ask local governments and utility managers who must install expensive equipment to remove fertilizer by-products from public drinking water supplies. Or ask people who make their living from fisheries or tourism on the Gulf of Mexico and elsewhere, where. Postindustrial society, society marked by a transition from a manufacturing-based economy to a service-based economy, a transition that is also connected with subsequent societal restructuring. Postindustrialization is the next evolutionary step from an industrialized society and .
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Book Description. In the last forty years, agriculture in the industrialised countries has undergone a revolution. That has dramatically increased yields, but it has also led to extensive rural depopulation; widespread degradation of the environment; contamination of food with agrochemicals and bacteria; more routine maltreatment of farm animals; and the undermining.
How Agriculture Came to Be a Political Weapon—And What That Means for Farmers In his new book, Ted Genoways follows a family farm Author: Lorraine Boissoneault. Get this from a library. The politics of industrial agriculture.
[Tracey Clunies-Ross; Nicholas Hildyard] -- An investigation of the consequences and potential dangers involved in the industrialization of agriculture.
This report explores the problems caused by rural depopulation, contamination of food by. As it exposes the ecological and social impacts of industrial agriculture's fatal harvest, the book also details a new ecological and humane vision for agriculture.
It shows how millions of people are engaged in the new politics of food as they work to develop a better alternative to the current chemically fed and biotechnology-driven system/5(16).
The Rise and Predictable Fall of Globalized Industrial Agriculture Contents Introduction: WHO OWNS FOOD. 1 A New Urgency for Change 3 Part One:COMMODIFICATION OFSURVIVAL 5 Touching the Soil 5 Radical Shift to Corporate Control 6 Box One:Who Owns the Food: Farm and Food Corporate Concentration 7 Global Macro Effects 9 The Roots of Migration 10 Climate File Size: 2MB.
Find The politics of industrial agriculture book customer reviews and review ratings for The politics of industrial agriculture at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.5/5(1). Origins of agriculture - Origins of agriculture - Economics, politics, and agriculture: Agriculture has always been influenced by the actions of governments around the world.
Never has this been more evident than during the first half of the 20th century, when two major wars profoundly disrupted food production. In response to the tumultuous economic climate, European.
Get this from a library. The Politics of Industrial Agriculture. [Tracey Clunies-Ross; Nicholas Hildyard] -- In the last forty years, agriculture in the industrialised countries has undergone a revolution.
That has dramatically increased yields, but it has also led to extensive rural depopulation. Useful sources of up to date information about farm policy and agricultural politics from a variety of perspectives are listed here.
The National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition represents a well informed collection of respected organizations, and presents up to date information about the farm bill and the and The politics of industrial agriculture book issues in agricultural politics with particular emphasis on sustainable.
Product Information. This book, which is the result of an intellectual odyssey, began as an attempt to explore and map the environmental and cross-cultural dimensions of the continuing spread of the green revolution-that package of high-yielding varieties of grain, fertilizers, irrigation, and pesticides that constitutes the core of modern industrial agriculture.
Much of the book tells the story promised by the subtitle: How Modern Industrial Agriculture Destroyed our Most Alluring Fruit. You'll Tomatoland is this year's irresistibly juicy page turner.
Investigative journalist Barry Estabrook first exposed the horrific conditions in Florida's industrial tomato fields in Gourmet magazine/5. Based on a James Beard award-winning article from a leading voice on the politics of agribusiness, Tomatoland combines history, legend, passion for.
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For the uninitiated reader, some of the material discussed in this book may seem not to convey the wider context of the events and actors in Durham and a significant portion is taken as assumed knowledge, but this reviewer would suggest reading The Miners' Lockout as a companion piece to John McIlroy, Alan Campbell and Keith Gildart's book, Industrial.
Reading this article coincides with me finishing the book TOMATOLAND-How Modern Day Industrial Agriculture Destroyed Our Most Alluring Fruit by Barry Estabrook.
In both the Test Tube Burger article and the TOMATOLAND book, man has chosen to genetically alter and or modify natural food products to create a non natural product to be mass produced. Above photo: Atlanta’s OG of black farming, K.
Rashid Nuri, at Truly Living Well’s Old Fourth Ward farm. ERIK MEADOWS/CL FILE “But the interesting parallel here is that the food is grown from the same source of war material – ammonium corn becomes the bullets.” – Rashid Nuri Below is the audio and transcription of a July interview with urban farmer.
The Miami Herald reports that millions of pounds of fresh produce are being left to die on the vine or plowed under because the shutdown of the hospitality industry — restaurants, cruise ships, schools, airlines, and theme parks — has reduced demand.
Harvesting that fruit can cost more than twice as much as simply razing it. Workers who usually make between $$17 an hour.
In his new book, Tomatoland, food writer Barry Estabrook details the life of the mass-produced tomato — and the environmental and human costs of the tomato industry.
Today's tomatoes, he says. Sweet Tyranny Migrant Labor, Industrial Agriculture, and Imperial Politics Awards and Recognition: Winner of the Richard L. Wentworth/Illinois Award in American History, Amid America's sugar industry, a bitter debate over imperialism and immigration. The bill provided subsidies and fueled research, which encouraged, intentionally or not, the growth of industrial agriculture.
While researchers and scientists studied the most effective means of raising livestock and maximizing production, farmers reshaped agriculture with the money and research provided to them.
Unsettling Food Politics models a radically different conception of political responsibility. He achieves this by means of a brilliant, and wholly convincing, double movement.
One the one hand, Mayes widens the net of our complicity in Indigenous dispossession beyond what many are likely to find comfortable – as he puts it, unforgettably, “If you eat, you are involved in settler. Below, Horn pulls from the story of Justin Knopf, a farmer in central Kansas, to show that industrial-scale farming — and yes, even the pesticides that come with it.
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The pace, intensity, and scale at which humans have altered our planet in recent decades is unprecedented. We have dramatically transformed landscapes and waterways through agriculture, logging, mining, and fire suppression, with drastic impacts.
Kathleen Mapes, Sweet Tyranny: Migrant Labor, Industrial Agriculture, and Imperial Politics. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, xi + pp. $30 (paper), ISBN: Reviewed for by Samuel Allen, Department of.
About the Book. Food and drink has been a focal point of modern social theory since the inception of agrarian capitalism and the industrial revolution.
From Adam Smith to Mary Douglas, major thinkers have used key concepts such as identity, exchange, culture, and class to explain the modern food system. 'This provocative book goes beyond the aggregate data on economic growth in Africa to argue that industrial policy is the key to sustainable development.
By carefully analyzing national- and sectorial-level variations in industrial policies in Ghana, Mozambique, Tanzania, and Uganda, the authors expose the problems and prospects of Cited by: So, what were the political effects of the Industrial Revolution.
Urbanization and the Emergence of the Developed World As late as the s, most of Europe and America was an agrarian society. Science, politics and the quest to secure Africa’s sustainable food future transnational businesses and the expansion of industrial-scale agriculture tend to Author: Adam Sneyd.
More than that, it underlines a direct link between soil health and human health, and that the chemicals used in industrial agriculture are among the causes of modern illness. It makes a world war Author: Susan Chenery. College-Wide Reading Program, Stuffed and Starved College-Wide Reading Program, Stuffed and Starved.
A guide to background and further information on the themes of the College-Wide Reading book. Lobbying by Industrial Agriculture via : Eleanor Goldberg. The Faculty of Agriculture, and by extension, FUOYE, wants to be identified with arresting wastages, raising agriculture to a noble venture, and providing employment.
It also intends to add value to agricultural produce in its environment, whether. "The fifth edition of Agricultural and Food Policy provides a timely and comprehensive treatment of current policy issues affecting the food and agriculture industry today.
Although this new edition has been completely revised, it still adheres to the basic principles that made it a leader in its field. Recognizing that agricultural policy is broader than farm programs, this book still.
As it exposes the ecological and social impacts of industrial agriculture's fatal harvest, Fatal Harvest details a new ecological and humane vision for agriculture. It shows how millions of people are engaged in the new politics of food as they work to develop a better alternative to the current chemically fed and biotechnology-driven system/5(2).
Michael Pollan’s “Omnivore’s Dilemma,” a book that took a look at industrial agriculture and other topics, became a best seller. “Fast Food Nation” was. Instead, they are very likely to talk to academic and bureaucratic experts, who are tightly bound within the industrial structure of agriculture, agri-science and agribusiness.
Industrial agriculture, inherently, is management extensive. It allows fewer farmers to farm more land by using more capital -- machinery and equipment -- and more purchased inputs. Industrialization of agriculture made sense as long as the farmers who were displaced in the process could find more productive employment in the larger economy.
“Regenerative agriculture is going to be a key phrase in the decades ahead—and this book will get you in on the ground floor, so to speak. Not much could be more important!”—Bill McKibben, author of Falter “Grassroots Rising is one of the most important books you will ever read.
It shows the existential environmental and health disasters caused by the toxic and degenerative. Ecological Impacts of Industrial Agriculture and the Possibilities for Sustainable Farming, by MIGUEL A. ALTIERI The Maturing of Capitalist Agriculture: Farmer as Proletarian, by R.C. LEWONTIN New Agricultural Biotechnologies: The Struggle for Democratic Choice, by GERAD MIDDENDORF, MIKE SKLADNY, ELIZABETH RANSOM, and LAWRENCE BUSCH.
Bill Winders's The Politics of Food Supply is a fascinating sociological study of twentieth-century agricultural policy focusing on the rise and fall of supply management policy, the system of state intervention based on price supports for farmers, production controls, and food exports in the form of international food aid.
This system, a product of the Great Depression, Author: Alice Weinreb.Authoritarian governments almost always operate in a style that resembles organized crime outfits. Despite their ostentatious populism, such regimes exist to. Barry Estabrook, one of the country’s leading writers on food politics, focused the national spotlight on the issue in when he published a .