Saturday, 8 September 2012

The way we grow food isn't working

I recently wrote a piece for openDemocracy about food production, and the way it won't continue to work in the way it currently works. The result of this will be poor people in Africa starving to death, and poor people in the western world spending money they don't have on food.

It's a really important piece of writing because it's on a subject that not enough people are talking about, and on a subject that people have the power to change through the food they buy.

Most importantly... you shouldn't buy flowers from supermarkets.

For the rest of the article, read on.

And start talking about it in the pub and around the dinner table... because that's how changes start.

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