Studies of Food Systems
International Panel of Experts on Sustainable Food Systems IPES-Food iis an independent panel of experts with a mission to promote transition to sustainable food systems around the world. Since 2015, IPES-Food has shaped the debate on global food system reform through scientific reports & detailed policy recommendations. Comprising environmental scientists, development economists, nutritionists, agronomists, & sociologists, as well as experienced practitioners from civil society & social movements, the panel takes a systemic approach that recognizes the complex & interconnected nature of challenges in food systems, & the power relations that shape decision-making.
Toward Healthy Food and Farms is a website of the Union of Concerned Scientists. It provides a series of publications and bogs related to transforming our food system to ensure healthy, sustainably grown food for all.
The US FARM BILL Corporate Power and Structural Racialization in the United States Food System is a U.C. Berkley Haas Institute publication Research and Policy Paper that provides background information about the farm bill. The paper explore the following issues in separate parts: Part I Corporate Power, Part II Poverty and Food Insecurity, Part III Farmland and Federal Support, and Part IV Conservation and Climate. The paper ends with a section on "Findings and Interventions".