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food production

An agricultural cluster – a state-of-the-art industrial complex

Eskil Halberg: Packed lunches for the revolution

MAD: The problem is access to food. Everyone must eat to live. If we are to eat, we must buy. To buy, we must work. We eat, digest, and shit.

guerrilla Dama

Kari Gåsvatn: guerrilla Hagen

FOOD IN THE GARDEN: A new book claims that by cultivating the land around you, on a slope, in a backyard or in a flower box, you become a more conscious consumer. It is the first step towards a sustainable food future.

The deadly soyamafia

Fernando E. Solanas: A Journey to the Fumigated

: A Journey to the Fumigated Towns shows the pollution and extinction that threatens Argentina's indigenous people, caused by the soy industry.

Hunger's big question – properly asked

Eric Holt-Giménez: Can We Feed The World Without Destroying It?

: In a small, concise book, Eric Holt-Giménez shows that hunger problems are differently composed than we usually think.

What happened to the animal welfare, Jan Tore Sanner?

: These are the animals that are affected when the Minister of Education and Research presents new curricula for consultation in the spring.

The Unknown Story of "The Red Gold"

Jean-Baptise Malet and Xavier Deleu: The Empire of Red Gold

: With tomato puree as a starting point, The Empire of Red Gold provides an incredible insight into the mechanisms of the global economy and into production methods that have hitherto been unknown. 

Food on a troubled planet

Lisa Palmer: Hot, Hungry Planet. The Fight to Stop a Global Food Crisis in the Face of Climate Change

: With the world's intensive food production, its resource consumption can quickly send us into serious crises. Something has to be done. 

Everything of value is destroyed in the jungle of Borneo

Erik Pauser, Dylan Williams: The Borneo Case

: The destruction of rainforests on Borneo has led to great progress and increased wealth – for the few. What do you do with it?