Publication year: 2022
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This book will contribute to a more nuanced debate around seed system resilience that goes beyond the dominant dichotomous conceptualization of seed governance often characterized as traditional vs modern, subsistence vs commercial, or local vs global. While reflecting on the expanding oligopoly in the current seed system, the authors argue that such classifications limit our ability to critically reflect on and acknowledge the diverse approaches through which seed governance is practiced around the world, at various scales, creating a mosaic of dynamic complementarities and autonomies.
Subject: Earth and Environmental Science, Environmental Policy, Sociology, Ecology, Geography, Food Science, Agroecology, seed governance, food sustainability, Food Sovereignty, seeds, symbiosis, food governance, community resilience