A fellow blogger Janina commented on it. I am reproducing his words here.
This is a great argument against the technology-driven, big-ag “food security” approach which focuses on the “need to feed the world” through more and flashier technological inventions. It addresses what I have been thinking about a lot lately: “Technology, we’re promised, is fast and easy. Which is good because, as it happens, we also don’t want to change the way we eat. We want a sacrifice-free, everything-the-same-but-more-of-it future. And that’s not really a future we can have.”
What do you think of that argument?
- Well Fed (designfutured.wordpress.com)
- USAID Collaborates with Syngenta to Improve Global Food Security (isaaa.org)
- Global Food Security Symposium (jugraphia.wordpress.com)
- Obama Seeks to Advance African Agenda With Food Security Plan – Bloomberg (bloomberg.com)
- Mekong Dams Could Be Threat to Cambodia’s Food Security (cambodiadaily.com)