Étiqueté : nourriture

The political life of commodities: a reflection on the contemporary circulation of “things” and resulting social and political transformations

CASCA/IUAES2017 Conference in Ottawa The political life of commodities: a reflection on the contemporary circulation of “things” and resulting social and political transformations Convenors Kelley Sams (Norbert Elias Center, Marseille) Giorgio Cassone (EHESS – Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales) Long Abstract This panel proposes a...

CfP: Food waste scholarship: Recent advances and perspectives from a fragmented field of study

American Association of Geographers 2016 Annual Meeting (San Francisco) APPLICATION DEADLINE TO THE AAG: Oct 29th SESSION DEADLINE: Nov 5th As a relatively new field of study, food waste has seen engagement from a plethora of fields across multiple scales, and locations from differing perspectives. Its interaction between...

Against Awareness, For Scale: Garbage is Infrastructure, Not Behavior by Max Liboiron

Are you aware that food is wasted in the United States? Are you aware
that 40 percent of food is wasted in the United States? Chances are
good that you are aware of the first issue: finishing what is on your
plate has been a value in North America for generations. Given this long
running morality of food waste in general, what does this poster and
its statistic–which may well be new to you–do? How do awareness campaigns move towards change?

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