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Stories by Jennifer Clapp

Food policies should support small-scale producers

Opinion|By Jennifer Clapp
Ramping up food production via large-scale farming operations alone is unlikely to eradicate world hunger. Plus, around 90 per cent of the greenhouse gases associated with agriculture are linked to industrial forms of food production.
Opinion|By Jennifer Clapp
China, Canada, and Mexico are the U.S.’s top agricultural export markets. Trade skirmishes with them could spell disaster for many U.S. farmers.
Opinion|By Jennifer Clapp
Hunger is a deeply complex problem, with many causes that go well beyond food production.
Opinion|By Jennifer Clapp
Concerns include reduced competition that could lead to higher prices, innovation decline, and barriers to entry for other firms.

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