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Profit and hegemony in agribusiness

Profit and hegemony in agribusiness

Posted on 27 November 2018 by Sustainable Places

Dr Angelina Sanderson Bellamy The insidious control over farming practices exercised by seed companies is an example of how powerful actors in the agri-food system promote profit over environment and […]

100% Certified: How private food standards impact stakeholders, democracy, and Costa Rican forests

100% Certified: How private food standards impact stakeholders, democracy, and Costa Rican forests

Posted on 12 October 2018 by Sustainable Places

Julianna Horiuchi Research Assistant, spring 2018 I’m Julianna Horiuchi, an undergraduate student from the U.S. studying Environmental Science and Food Systems at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts. I joined the […]

Wales must develop a new ‘farming-plus’ model to ensure a sustainable post-Brexit agricultural policy

Wales must develop a new ‘farming-plus’ model to ensure a sustainable post-Brexit agricultural policy

Posted on 29 June 2018 by Sustainable Places

Professor Terry Marsden Brexit represents a profound challenge and opportunity to redesign agri-food, regional and rural development policy in Wales. While the UK public sector funding has been by far […]

Mind the Gap(s): Food Brexit, regulatory divergences and the need for a new UK agri-food framework.

Mind the Gap(s): Food Brexit, regulatory divergences and the need for a new UK agri-food framework.

Posted on 3 November 2017 by Sustainable Places

Terry Marsden Discussing and debating with a wide range of food industry and representatives from key food organisations over recent months, since the publication of our report: ‘ Food Brexit: […]

Building a post-Brexit food and rural policy for Wales

Building a post-Brexit food and rural policy for Wales

Posted on 3 August 2017 by Sustainable Places

Professor Terry Marsden, Director, Sustainable Places Research Institute   Recently myself and colleagues Professor’s Tim Lang (City University) and Erik Milstone (Sussex University) published the first major independent review of […]

A food dystopia: Is Britain sleepwalking into a crisis?

Posted on 9 March 2017 by Sustainable Places

Professor Terry Marsden and Professor Kevin Morgan, Cardiff University Back to the future? The historical ability for the UK state to periodically create self-inflicted harm upon its own food system […]

Brexit : Towards building a new consensus for an Integrated Food and Rural Development Policy?

Brexit : Towards building a new consensus for an Integrated Food and Rural Development Policy?

Posted on 22 September 2016 by Sustainable Places

Professor Terry Marsden, Director, Sustainable Places Research Institute Just as increasing calls and debates occur regarding the need for a more integrated and comprehensive Food and Agricultural policy across Europe […]