Some promote “high tech” solutions designed to boost yield while others prefer local food systems. To better understand these debates, a scientific article explores four perspectives from the literature: (1) technology to increase food production; (2) equitable food distribution; (3) policies to reduce pollution and waste; and (4) community action to promote sovereign food systems. The paper concludes with recommendations on how food scientists can navigate these controversies to help research and policy making.

 

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