meat-eating, capitalism, environmental impacts, animal agriculture, agriculture policy, energy reform, permaculture, sustainable agriculture, climate change, livestock, Farm Bill
I was tempted to entitle this book review something like, "Why the Farm Bill Is the Key to Our Energy Future (Hint: It's Not About Ethanol, Methane Emissions, or Carbon Sinks)." But in addition to being too long to fit across the header of a law review page, such a title would have been slightly misleading. Actually, in Simon Fairlie's view, our future is about ethanol, methane emissions, and carbon sinks - but not in the way our current agricultural policies understand and deal with these subjects.
Peck, A. (2021). Cows v. Capitalists: Visions of a Post-Carbon Economy. Journal of Food Law & Policy, 8(1). Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/jflp/vol8/iss1/7
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