150 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs
Argues that a shift towards local production would enhance agricultural diversity, give farmers a better income and consumers healthier, cheaper food. It would reduce carbon emissions associated with transport and the environmental costs of storage, packaging and refrigeration. It would also revitalise rural economies.
'Want to know what's wrong with globalization? Read this book. Want to know what you can do? Read this book.' - David Suzuki, Professor Emeritus, University of British Columbia 'This valuable book offers a concise, yet comprehensive and systemic analysis of one of the most important issues of our time. I highly recommend it.' - Fritjof Capra, Author, The Web of Life and The Hidden Connections 'Rebuilding local food economies is one of the best ways to return power to the people. And nothing makes the case for local food better than 'Bringing the Food Economy Home' - Vandana Shiva, Author, The Violence of the Green Revolutions and Stolen Harvest
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