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As discussed by Cleveland and Soleri (2007), small-scale farmers can also act in an “economically rational” way conveyed by the development project associated to the second food regime. These two authors conceive a third category of small-scale farmers, conceiving their role with an “ecological rationality”, putting the ecological sustainability of agriculture before all other considerations. Finally, a fourth view is the “complex farmer”, which considers sustainability in a more holistic way, including ecological, socioeconomical and environmental elements.
This commonality could lead to heterogeneous uses and interpretation of food sovereignty narratives, which requires more exploration. The innovation dimension I now discuss the branch of ecological economics that studies the institutionalization of private property (Steppacher, 2008; Gerber & Steppacher, 2012; van Griethuysen, 2002, 2010, 2012; van Griethuysen, Oviedo & Larsen, 2006). These works critically retrace the centrality of private property as the institution allowing the expansion of the capitalist model.
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A review of nuclear energy in the United States: hidden power by Todd H. Otis