Food Commons Transition

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"Treating food as a purely private good is denying millions of people access to this basic resource. Food should therefore be seen as a commons or public good. It could then be produced and distributed more effectively by a governance system combining market rules, public regulations and collective actions. Banning food speculation, building a binding food treaty outside WTO and a Universal Food Coverage are amongst the concrete actions that could be triggered by this alternative narrative."

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