, Food Sovereignty, Climate Action and Local Resilience, TheCircularEconomy.com

Food Sovereignty, Climate Action and Local Resilience

, Food Sovereignty, Climate Action and Local Resilience, TheCircularEconomy.comClimate action is vital. And yet there is a risk that, taken alone, climate action could mean those with economic power keep it, all the while avoiding the bigger, systemic changes required to face our social and environmental challenges. We argue here for climate action that works within a local resilience and food sovereignty framework so that it is grounded in a societal transformation rather than solely an economic reorientation of direction.  We are currently faced with huge, complex conundrums which our existing social and political structures are struggling to resolve. Climate change is among the environmental crises which offers us the opportunity to shift from an extractive economy based on debt and endless growth to a circular one based on wellbeing, co-operation and regeneration of our natural world.

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, Food Sovereignty, Climate Action and Local Resilience, TheCircularEconomy.com

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