Bringing the Food Economy Home: Local Alternatives to Global Agribusiness

Bringing the Food Economy Home: Local Alternatives to Global Agribusiness

Helena Norberg-Hodge


* finds how bringing nutrition construction to a neighborhood point revitalizes rural economies in either the industrialized and constructing world
* released in organization with the foreign Society for Ecology and Culture
* For readers excited about agriculture, neighborhood improvement, environmental sustainability, and ecological economics

If the numerous social, environmental, and fiscal crises dealing with the planet are to be reversed, neighborhood nutrition economies needs to be rebuilt. Given the consistent call for for foodstuff, even miniscule alterations in its construction and advertising and marketing can supply enormous merits for farmers, shoppers, the economic climate and the surroundings.

Bringing the foodstuff economic climate domestic finds how a shift in the direction of the neighborhood could defend and rebuild agricultural range by means of giving farmers a bigger percentage of the money spent on foodstuff, and supplying shoppers with more healthy, more energizing nutrients at more cost-effective costs.

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