Tag: food

Reimagining Regional Relationships

A post-COVID, post-neoliberal ordering of these relationships needs a new shared imagination Melbourne’s second lockdown and the enforced separation of the city’s residents from those of regional Victoria and the rest of the world has proven a sobering time in which to reflect upon a complex relationship. Across Melbourne, lockdown has delivered a collective jolt to the senses, a striking realisation of how deeply integral mobility is, in its myriad forms, to our taken-for-granted sense…

Nurturing a Better, Fairer Food System

COVID-19 is shining a bright light on the nature and importance of community. It is also exposing our vulnerabilities through the ultimate human need, the need for food.

From Green Revolution to Agroecology by Maarten Stapper

The core of life on Earth is the daily requirement of food for people and all living organisms in webs of life, or ecosystems. These natural, self-organising ecosystems, which have provided food for millennia, are increasingly being taken apart—by ecological destruction and changing climates caused by ever increasing world population; industrialisation, including food production using […]

Our Agency is Powerful

Roger Nelson talks with environmental art activist Natalie Jeremijenko on creating future foods for humans and the planet

Australia: A Vanishing Country?

Australia’s laboriously built food standards are rapidly decaying under FTA pressure, writes Nonie Sharp

Ripe for New Politics

Editorial