Food System Resiliency: Lessons from the Cuban Experience.

Simons, Benjamin.


  • Abstract: It is increasingly understood that the globalized industrial food system upon which much of the world's population depends is vulnerable to disturbances such as climate change, fossil fuel depletion, and market volatility, which has led many to begin searching for food system models that exhibit greater resiliency. Cuba may provide one such model, as the nation was forced to adapt to a s... read more
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