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Title Fair food : stories from a movement changing the world / edited by Nick Rose.

Published St Lucia, Queensland : University of Queensland Press, 2015.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail  338.1994 FAIR    AVAILABLE
 UniM Burnley  338.1994 FAIR    AVAILABLE
Physical description xii, 292 pages ; 23 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents From Corporate Lawyer to Fair Food Scholar-Activist / Nick Rose Rose, Nick 5 -- Putting the 'Culture' Hack into Agriculture / Robert Pekin Pekin, Robert, Emma-Kate Rose Rose, Emma-Kate 30 -- Accidental Food Sovereignty Activist / Michael Croft Croft, Michael 63 -- Toxicologist Turned Food Forest Maestro / Angelo Eliades Eliades, Angelo 90 -- Finding a Life that Matters / Kirsten Larsen Larsen, Kirsten 122 -- A Mother on a Mission / Fran Murrell Murrell, Fran 154 -- From Council Dog Catcher to Critical Food Scholar / Carol Richards Richards, Carol 181 -- Vegetarian Turned Fig-Farming Butcher / Tammi Jonas Jonas, Tammi 200 -- Pathway to an Underground insurgency / Charles Massy Massy, Charles 226 -- Radical Homemaker / Cat Green Green, Cat 255.
Summary Australia's food system is more than just broken-it's killing us. The groundbreaking Fair Food: Inspiring People to Change the World tells the new story of food - the story of how food and farming in Australia are dramatically transforming at the grassroots to match the transition of our times. This book tells the stories of innovation, from local food hubs and the GE-free movements to open-source software code, community-shared and urban agriculture, radical transparency, ethics of scale, backyard food-forests and regenerative agriculture. In a time of bullying corporations, supermarket monopolies and environmental degradation, Fair Food offers compelling and inspiring stories of personal transformation from 'ordinary' people.
Other author Rose, Nick (Ph. D. in political ecology), editor.
Subject Food securities -- Australia.
Food industry and trade -- Australia.
Food supply -- Australia.
Food security -- Australia.
Sustainable agriculture -- Australia.
Variant Title Stories from a movement changing the world.
ISBN 9780702253669 (paperback)