The TEIKEI Movement and Agricultural Ethics to Come: A Focus on the Paradigm Shift Advocated by People's Food Sovereignty

Oct 29, 2015

Agricultural problems due to climate change, abnormal weather, water depletion, and the collapse of soil have become big problems in all parts of the world. Many are now focusing on ethics and family farming as a way to combat these issues. This paper takes a look at TEKKEI, the Japanese version of the alternative food movement.

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