Agri-Culture: Reconnecting People, Land and Nature

Jules Pretty 
Earthscan  2002  

Hardback  240pp  ISBN 9781853839207      £80.00

Softcover  240pp  ISBN 9781853839252      £25.00

Agri-Culture envisages the expansion of a new form of food production and consumption founded on more ecological principles and in harmony with the cultures, knowledges and collective capacities of the producers themselves. It draws on many stories of successful agricultural transformation in developing and industrialized countries, but with a warning that true prosperity will depend on the radical reform of the institutions and policies that control global food futures, and fundamental changes in the way we think. The time has come for the next agricultural revolution.


Glossary of Specialist Terms
Preface to a Revolution
Landscapes Lost and Found
Reality Cheques
Food for All
Only Reconnect
The Genetics Controversy
Ecological Literacy
Crossing the Internal Frontiers

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Autumn 2002 : Earthscan : agriculture & forestry : ecology : environmental science : food crops : sustainable agriculture : sustainable development

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