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    Growing Resilience
    Growing Resilience

    Flevo Campus Publications

    Growing Resilience

    April 2021 - Free digital download

    When so much has changed – how we work, who we spend time with, how far we venture from home – what all might be possible for food and for farming? In Flevo Campus’s latest collection of essays, thirteen journalists, scholars, and thought leaders from the US, the Netherlands, and the UK share insight into the question: How can we build resilience into our food supply – and grow more resilient ourselves?

    This year’s edition includes essays by Stephen Satterfield, Charles C. Mann, Herman Lelieveldt, Hester Dibbits, Kelly Streekstra, Sigrid Wertheim-Heck, Anke Brons, Joris Lohman, Sebastiaan Aalst, Marian Stuiver, Frank Verhoeven, Emily Whyman, and Lenno Munnikes.Available for FREE DOWNLOAD here.

    Dino nuggets, pink LEDs, and fed-up farmers

    March 2020 - Free digital download

    Now that more people live in cities than outside them, and it takes fewer people to produce the food needed to feed this growing urban population, what does the future hold for food and for farming? In this collection of essays, journalists, scholars, and thought leaders from the UK, Italy, and the Netherlands share their insights into the question: How do we feed the city in 2020 and beyond?

    With essays by amongst others Lex Boon, Herman Lelieveldt,, Antonia Mazel, Alice Minichini, Carolyn Steel, and Louise Vet. And interviews featuring Felix Rottenberg and Wouter van Dieren, and Ernst van den Ende and Sigrid Wertheim-Heck. Available for FREE DOWNLOAD here

    Feeding the City

    March 2019 - Free digital download

    In four thought-provoking essays, eight different authors dive into one of the most pressing issues that we now face: how are we going to feed to city? Authors Hidde Boersma, Martin Scholten, Janno Lanjouw, Joris Lohman, Yvonne Faber, Ron Methorst, Peter Smeets and Sigrid Wertheim-Heck write about topics as diverse as ‘kringlooplandbouw’ (circular agriculture), the position of the young Dutch farmer, the relationship between food culture and sustainable food choices. With an introduction by Louise Fresco. Available for FREE DOWNLOAD here.