The Societal Ramifications & Consequences of the Making and Taking of Food

This site dedicated to the matters of food above and beyond the mere satiation of flavors on one's palette; but rather the ramifications to society from the consequences of how its' production, distribution, and nutrition affect living systems. How we sow, reap, harvest, legislate and base our economic systems on food is key to how we ultimately treat each other and the Earth.

Sunday, January 24, 2010

Haiti Failed by Free Trade Could Benefit From Sustainable Local Economic Development

Just 100 years ago Haiti was a vibrant economy. It is now one of the poorest countries in the world. Sustainable local economic development, which could very well include vertical farming, may revive the country.

Read more at Suite101: Haiti Failed by Free Trade Could Benefit From: Sustainable Local Economic Development

Photo Credit: Fay Venegas