- How can the connections between food and agriculture, environmental issues, and climate change best be understood?
- What are the ethical and political responsibilities of various parties in relation to this nexus of problems?
- Whose knowledge, concerns, and voices are, and should be, valued in making global climate policy and agricultural and food policy?
- What are the limitations of existing policies, practices, and theoretical frameworks for understanding and responding to these complex problems?
Sarah Kenehan is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Marywood University.