Times of Crisis Demand Counterstories for Change

Cover photo by Sascha Grant 

The transition to more sustainable forms of agriculture will involve deep changes in the social, economic, political, and ecological settings that influence and shape farming and food systems. A crucial dimension of the sustainability transition of farming systems is cultivating a socio-cultural story that is both promising and powerful; one that outlines new modes of relating to ourselves, each other, and the Earth.

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Time for a New Narrative on Climate Disasters: Lessons from Australia’s Bushfires

Eva Perroni food writer australia bushfires

The first article from Food First’s newest series, Lessons from Australia’s Bushfires, focusing on the voices, insights and knowledge of Australian farmers and Traditional Owners who are on the frontlines of climate change. As people start rebuilding their lives and the Australian landscape slowly begins to regenerate, it is time for the global community to reflect on our collective, long-term responsibilities for the health of our planet and humanity’s future.

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