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|Crash barriers for post-COVID-19 food and agricultural systems||4.45 MB|
The authors of this publication present alternatives for post-COVID-19 food and agricultural systems from a politically leftist perspective and discuss the impacts of the pandemic with a focus on small-scale food producers who feed the majority of the world’s population.
By documenting the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on our food systems in different regions across the world, the publication aims to provide an account of the nature of the prevailing food systems globally and their outcomes, and reflect upon the experiences and perspectives of the hardest-hit communities within rural and urban settings.