Food security is not easily and readily defined. Food security can be viewed from a variety of ethical, ecological and economic stances. And how one approaches food security philosophically effects what the goals are and has practical implications. It’s not necessarily as easy as saying ‘food security is about ensuring competitively priced food to all… Continue reading Food Security and Ethics
Food security and insecurity is almost euphemistic language for what we’re really talking about: malnourishment, undernourishment and starvation. The risk of starvation, globally, is increasing.
I’m temporarily stranded at a train station on my way to see family for Easter (obviously, that won’t be true when I upload this) and I have complete writers block on the book I’m trying to write. So I thought I’d follow through on my promise at the end of my last post and explain… Continue reading “Why Celebrate My Holiday?” the Christian asked the Atheist