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Restructuring the Third/Corporate Food Regime: How Farmers and the Public are Transforming Food and Agriculture for the Future. Post- Covid-19


Ančić, Branko; Andreatta, Susan; Domazet, Mladen; Hafner, Robert; Plank, Christina; Pungas, Lillian
Restructuring the Third/Corporate Food Regime: How Farmers and the Public are Transforming Food and Agriculture for the Future. Post- Covid-19 // Degrowth Vienna 2020: Strategies for Social- Ecological Transformation
Beč, Austrija, 2020. (radionica, međunarodna recenzija, neobjavljeni rad, znanstveni)


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Restructuring the Third/Corporate Food Regime: How Farmers and the Public are Transforming Food and Agriculture for the Future. Post- Covid-19
(Restructuring the Third/Corporate Food Regime: How Farmers and the Public are Transforming Food and Agriculture for the Future. Post-Covid-19.)

Autori
Ančić, Branko ; Andreatta, Susan ; Domazet, Mladen ; Hafner, Robert ; Plank, Christina ; Pungas, Lillian

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, neobjavljeni rad, znanstveni

Skup
Degrowth Vienna 2020: Strategies for Social- Ecological Transformation

Mjesto i datum
Beč, Austrija, 29.05.-01.06.2020

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Radionica

Vrsta recenzije
Međunarodna recenzija

Ključne riječi
food self-provisioning ; class analysis ; food regime ; social metabolism ; doughnut economics

Sažetak
In the face of looming population growth of nearly 10 billion people by 2050, the earth’s temperature rising creating uncontrollable climatic conditions of extreme variability and intensities new approaches are needed to support an equitable and just food system. Over the years multinational corporations that have commandeered the food system have altered how much of the public approaches obtaining their food, its packaging, their eating and cooking traditions to the extent that food and conviviality are losing their place at the meal table, hearth, and shared space. Around the world, super processed foods are found that are overly packaged, embedded with hidden ingredients, sugar being a huge factor that is leaving a profound impact on people’s health and quality of life. Cheap food is often lower in quality, higher in sugars and contributing to obesity around the world. Similarly, with corporations at the helm along with their access to advanced technology, a workforce is displaced in the field. Mechanization of farming requires fewer laborers at many levels. To turn things around for the future, especially enlight of the coronavirus pandemic, protecting arable lands, potable waters, additional small farmers are needed worldwide to meet food needs globally. The aim of the virtual workshop is to relate the debate of social-ecological food production and distribution to a degrowth perspective. It will illustrate ways in which it is possible to develop a community around farming and eating as a means of integrating diverse populations at all economic levels into a local community sharing in and benefiting from the environment. However, the models needed for the north and south will be different as they will be for each country and community. Therefore, this workshop will give insight into different approaches to transform the agriculture and food system in different contexts in Europe and North America. Examples from Estonia and Croatia highlight different post-socialist contexts, in which practices such as Food Self-Provisioning and home gardening still resist the ‘modernized’ agri-food system to a considerable extent. The Austrian case gives insights into Community Supported Agriculture as a niche within food system, which is shaped by small-scale and mountain farming. In contrast, the American example emphasizes niches within a highly industrialized farming context. Such different approaches influence the aims of degrowth. Positive effects of small-scale farming or collectively farming on a community farm may promote interest for a younger generation of farmers entering into the agriculture and food system, working on a smaller-scale also allows the possibility for resettled immigrants to participate in the food system as well and express solidarity, maintain social linkages, relations of power and some of their cultural heritage as they grow and share their harvest within a local community. By supporting local agriculture and food systems, the goal of this workshop is to identify local strategies that succeed and/or fail in the functioning of the niches in the food regime as well as the obstacles that hinder progress. Additionally, we will scrutinize whether the identified strategies could be integrated into general concepts. Further on, the workshop focuses on the change agents that contribute to social movements within the food systems, such as the civil society, governmental institutions, and organizations such as farming unions and NGOs.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Sociologija, Interdisciplinarne društvene znanosti

Napomena
Project: Re-structured, Refocused, Re-thought:
Exploring values-based modes of production and
consumption in the corporate food regime



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Projekti:
UIP-2014-09-3134 - Društvena stratifikacija u Hrvatskoj: strukturni i subjektivni aspekti (STRAT) (Doolan, Karin, HRZZ - 2014-09) ( POIROT)

Ustanove:
Institut za društvena istraživanja , Zagreb

Profili:

Avatar Url Mladen Domazet (autor)

Avatar Url Branko Ančić (autor)

Citiraj ovu publikaciju

Ančić, Branko; Andreatta, Susan; Domazet, Mladen; Hafner, Robert; Plank, Christina; Pungas, Lillian
Restructuring the Third/Corporate Food Regime: How Farmers and the Public are Transforming Food and Agriculture for the Future. Post- Covid-19 // Degrowth Vienna 2020: Strategies for Social- Ecological Transformation
Beč, Austrija, 2020. (radionica, međunarodna recenzija, neobjavljeni rad, znanstveni)
Ančić, B., Andreatta, S., Domazet, M., Hafner, R., Plank, C. & Pungas, L. (2020) Restructuring the Third/Corporate Food Regime: How Farmers and the Public are Transforming Food and Agriculture for the Future. Post- Covid-19. U: Degrowth Vienna 2020: Strategies for Social- Ecological Transformation.
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