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Ought We Not to Establish ‘Access to Food’

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Can we establish public policies to ensure access to food? Deciding this basic moral question assumes that we have a proper understanding of the relationship between access to food and survival – a relationship made more complicated by the human-made, climate-ravaged Anthropocene age in which we now live.

This article focuses on three stories of projects concerning access to food – two from the Arctic and one from the desert. These investigative projects attempt to build frameworks of resistance to habitat-loss and the revitalization of ‘land-as-home’ that can provide home and food to all the species with whom we share the earth.
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Keywords: Brant Goose; Climate Justice Movement; Gwich'in; Jean-Luc Mylayne; Pacific Loon; Piñon Jay; Robert Adams; biodiversity; food; land-as-home; survival

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2013-01-01

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