This “zine” (little magazine) was made for an environmentally-conscious, but still carnivorous, audience. There will be no conversion-tactics here, just chickens telling stories.
Category Archives: Food insecurity
Farming Ourselves Out of Food
Read on to learn about how we’re quite literally farming ourselves out of food (hint: it’s because there are too many people eating too many cows).
An Imperfect Food System: It All Comes Back to Climate Change
Minorities have been the hardest-hit and the last to be served when it comes to climate-caused natural disasters, rising sea levels, and of course, global pandemics. Preventing food waste can improve global food security by easing the effects of climate change on food production and on disadvantaged populations.
An Imperfect Food System: Grocery Privilege
If you’re food secure, you probably walk the aisles with a sense of possibility. Especially when it comes to higher-end or more intimate markets, your identity as customer means you are there to be served and valued: imagine what this alone does for your sense of worth.
Why We Need Equality and Balance, Not Growth
By Sean Cloran. Growth of the world’s food supply won’t reduce food insecurity, and it may even cause more problems. Equally distributing access for all to food will reduce food insecurity, and reducing current food production levels while farming in more ecologically-friendly ways will restore balance to the environment.