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Food: Human rights, human wrongs

Food: Human rights, human wrongs

06/10/14
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The Winter 2013 edition of Food Ethics magazine looked at the topic of the right to food.

Food Ethics - Spring 2013

Food Ethics - Spring 2013

06/03/13
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The Spring 2013 edition of Food Ethics magazine examines the issue of choice along the food chain.


Power and responsibility

Power and responsibility

10/10/12
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The Autumn 2012 edition of Food Ethics magazine investigates power and responsibility in the food system.

Sustainable intensification: Unravelling the rhetoric

Sustainable intensification: Unravelling the rhetoric

01/07/12
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The Summer issue of Food Ethics magazine asks: what does ‘sustainable intensification’ mean? Is it the silver bullet that will deliver green and fair farming and food systems, or is it business as usual with a green halo?

Soil: a fragile foundation

Soil: a fragile foundation

01/04/12
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In the spring 2012 issue of Food Ethics magazine we take on the much undervalued subject of soils. Their health and sustainability is fundamental to our future – ensuring fertility for increasing yields; helping cope with drought and water shortages; maintaining human health though providing essential nutrients to our diets; and its essential role in carbon sequestration.

Cash for food: freedom or dependency?

Cash for food: freedom or dependency?

26/12/11
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The Winter 2011 edition of Food Ethics magazine is an in-depth examination of social protection – cash- or in kind-transfers – in the Global South and the Global North. It highlights innovative programmes around the world delivered by governments and development NGOs.

Banking biodiversity

Banking biodiversity

31/05/11
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The summer 2011 edition of Food Ethics magazine examines the ethics of valuing nature. Contributors discuss the strengths and weaknesses of putting a monetary value on our ecosystem services, and explore other ways to protect biodiversity, including ecological and bioregional economics.

Contributors include Food Ethics Council member, author and philosopher Kate Rawles, Matt Rayment of GHK International, David Baldock (Executive Director, Institute for European Environmental Policy), Mohammed Rafiz (Rainforest Alliance), Vandana Shiva, Chris Knight (PriceWaterhouseCoopers), Henry Buller (Exeter University), Larry Lohmann (The Corner House), and Molly Scott-Cato (Cardiff Metropolitan University).


Food Policy: Who decides?

Food Policy: Who decides?

01/06/10
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With a new government in the UK, the summer edition of Food Ethics magazine offers some tips, pointers and case studies for making policy.

Experts from around the world write about their experiences of making food policy, and spell out what they hope to see coming out of the coalition government. The Food Ethics Council’s Tom MacMillan draws these points together into a series of 'dos' and 'don’ts', and we ask some key players in food and farming how food policy should be made.

Contributors to this edition include Tim Lang and David Barling, Eric Holt Giminez, Andrew Jarvis, Jeanette Longfield, Erik Millstone, Flavio Valente, Hilary Benn and Dacian Ciolos.


Food and finance - Trading security

Food and finance - Trading security

01/03/10
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The spring 2010 edition of Food Ethics magazine, Food and finance: trading security, examines how finance can harm future food security, and what a fair finance system might look like.

Climate change: Food and farming after Copenhagen

Climate change: Food and farming after Copenhagen

01/12/09
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In this edition of the Food Ethics magazine, contributors assess the effects of climate change on agriculture, and analyse how agriculture affects global warming.