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IDS Bulletin 49.1A

Globalism Versus Villagism: Food Security and Environment at National and International Levels

Published on 23 April 2018

Links between food security and the environment occur at national and international levels, as well as locally. But perceptions of the relationship at global and village levels diverge widely.

Considering a number of issues including the effect of global warming on food production and the possibility of green conditionality being imposed on aid flows, this article considers how the globalist perspective has come about; looks at some trade‐offs between global environmental concerns and food security; and discusses how planning constraints increase the likelihood of conflicts.

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This article comes from the IDS Bulletin 49.1A (2018) Globalism Versus Villagism: Food Security and Environment at National and International Levels

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Davies, S. and Leach, M. (1991) Globalism Versus Villagism: Food Security and Environment at National and International Levels, IDS Bulletin 22.3, Brighton: IDS

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Authors

Susanna Davies

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published by
Institute of Development Studies
doi
10.19088/1968-2018.117
language
English

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