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Technology, robots and data have much to tell us – but I can’t help thinking big food’s reliance on tech ignores the role and power of food within culture and community, writes Angus Birditt.
From anti GM stunts in the noughties to XR’s recent decision to move away from direct action: could a lighter approach to activism be more inclusive and ultimately more impactful?
The problem is not the technology itself, rather, the uniformity and rigid control that its commercial application requires.
Critics say legislation is being fuelled by a false narrative that gene editing is different to GM while others warn neither solve the real problems in broken food system.
Misleading claims around processed meat alternatives are blocking a shift to sustainable food systems, warns a new report.
Issue 12: Fairness and five years.
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