"A solution, one realizes, must permeate all aspects of our society, especially the way we produce food" No, a 'solution' must permeate societies around the world and must include a change in the accepted hierarchy of human values that have created the situation in the first place. So what might be capable of communicating such a message of necessary change to the whole of humanity? And what would have the authority to define that change across such a broad range of cultural and value difference? Thus is the profound immensity of the problem better understood. Certainly such a 'solution' is beyond any existing or imagined political process, leaving only one option left to imagine. That for such a solution to exist , it will not be of human intellectual origin! Easier done than said.http://www.energon.org.uk
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