I am very please to announce that a special issue of the journal Solutions showcasing a diversity of solutions for future food security has just been uploaded online. The diverse range of solutions have been proposed by young thinkers from around the world.
Megan Bailey and I would like to thank everyone who worked hard to get this issue out!
Here is the link to the issue and below you can find a list of the contributions! Happy Reading.
Solutions for a Food Secure World by Jessica Duncan and Megan Bailey
Shifting Power Relations and Poor Practices in Land Deals through Participatory Action in Marracune, Mozambique by Helena Shilomboleni
Food Sovereignty in Rebellion: Decolonization, Autonomy, Gender Equity, and the Zapatista Solution by Levi Gahman
Valuing What Really Matters: A Look at Soil Currency by Randall Coleman
Decreasing Distance and Re-Valuing Local: How Place-Based Food Systems Can Foster Socio-Ecological Sustainability by Susanna E. Klassen
Reversing the Burden of Proof for Sustainable Aquaculture by Simon R. Bush
Alternative Foods as a Solution to Global Food Supply Catastrophes by Seth D. Baum, David C. Denkenberger, and Joshua M. Pearce
Black Soldier Fly: A Bio Tool for Converting Food Waste into Livestock Feed by Marwa Shumo
The Importance of Hunting for Future Inuit Food Security by C. Hoover, S. Ostertag, C. Hornby, C. Parker, K. Hansen-Craik, L.L. Loseto, and T. Pearce
Crediting Farmers for Nutrient Stewardship: Using Carbon Markets to Create Positive Environmental Change by Elizabeth Hardee
Circular Solutions for Linear Problems: Principles for Sustainable Food Futures by Stefano Pascucci and Jessica Duncan
Transparency for Just Seafood Systems by Megan Bailey and Niklas Egels Zandén
India’s Pastoralist Communities: Solutions for Survival Monika Agarwal Interviewed by Jessica Duncan
Cities at the Forefront of Future Food Solutions by Aniek Hebinck