Cross-Border Deal’s Grave Threats to Canadian Food Security
By Nelle Maxey
Nowhere will Canadians be more personally affected by the Regulatory Cooperation Commission than at their own dinner tables, writes Nelle Maxey in this third installment of a three-part investigation into the wide-ranging environmental and socio-political implications for Canada of the recently signed US-Canada cross border security deal and ancillary agreements. Also see part 1 and part 2.
Posted in Animal ID, Big Pharma, Biotechnology, CorpoGov, Environment, Factory Farms, FDA, Genetically Engineered Food
Tagged Canadian Food Inspection Agency, FDA, food safety, food security, gmo, Regulatory Cooperation Commission, Security and Prosperity Partnership
A film by Tanya Curnow
EAT THE SUBURBS takes the oil debate from the bowser to the backyard and follows Melbourne’s “permablitzers” as they prepare for the end of the oil age… one garden at a time. A Permablitz is a permaculture based garden makeover where
people come together to share knowledge and skills about food production.
Here is one in Australia, where inspired young people share the intention of weaning themselves fully off of the industrial agricultural system.