Browsing All posts tagged under »feeding the world«

Has the “Food Movement” Become a Religious Cult?

November 24, 2014

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Hi again. It’s been a busy fall on the farm, but I hope to get back into the blogging habit soon. To whet your appetite (and further inspired by recent experiences), I’ll start by sharing a post that originally appeared on the Genetic Literacy Project website back in September. Feel free to comment below or add […]

Feeding the World: Beyond the GMO/Organic Dichotomy

August 19, 2014

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Here’s an older post that never made it onto this blog. Originally published by The Genetic Literacy Project on March 25, 2014, this piece addresses common assumptions about organic agriculture’s ability to “feed the world” (including cost and yield) and calls for a recognition that there is no “one right answer” to this issue – in […]