2 recent posts to the ISE Blog contain links to new articles of mine that are featured elsewhere:
I also have an extended essay and 2 short pieces in the book described here:
And a chapter in this book, edited by Jeffrey St. Clair and Joshua Frank of Counterpunch:
As well as this recent book from Food First, based in Oakland:
From Antigone in Thessaloniki, Greece, titled Klimatiké Dikaosyni. Translated by ISE alum, Stavros Karageorgakis, with editorial support from Alexandros Georgopoulos and Eliza Kolovou. More information will soon be online at …
This outstanding introduction to today’s community-based food movements is designed by Annie Brulé of SEEDS, the social ecology project on Washington state’s Vashon Island. This review was written for the publisher’s website at seattleglobaljustice.org:
Local food is all the rage these days, and rightfully so. People across the US are increasingly frustrated by the chemical-laden, processed calories that pass for food in most major supermarkets and are increasingly looking to alternative sources, from farmers markets and farm share programs to co-ops and natural food stores. But with food prices rising everywhere, healthy food is in danger of becoming even more of an elite niche market, accessible only to those with surplus income to spend. While some of us will pay more for food that is local, organic and fair-trade, many of our neighbors are often limited by shrinking household budgets to food that is nutrient-deficient, genetically engineered, and potentially hazardous to health.