Foodscapes of hope: The foundational economy of food
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The principles of the modern basic economy and its role in renewing citizenship and informing public policy are explored for the first time in this informative collection. Challenging mainstream social and economic thinking, it shows how basic economy experiments at different scales can foster radical social innovation through collective, rather than private, consumption. An interdisciplinary group of highly regarded European academics provides case studies of initiatives and interventions relating to policy foundations including housing, food supplies and water and waste management. They build a prudent evidence base of the growing relevance of basic economic thinking and its potential to provide new political and social outlook on civil society and social justice.
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