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35. Nathan McClintock, From Industrial Garden to Food Desert: Unearthing the Root Structure of Urban Agriculture in Oakland, California, ISSC Working Paper Series (University of California, November 10, 2008). Chapter 2 Community Food Security: An Evolving Concept Over the last three centuries, the contributions of various activists from different shores have helped to shape the definition of community food security. As early as 1840 in England, the idea of food security first accompanied a growing ecological awareness when scientists questioned the earth’s ability to produce food for future populations in light of the nation’s trend towards conventional agriculture.

They disparaged the use of chemicals, which ultimately led to broader assessments about human impacts on the environment to question the security of food production. By identifying the problems underlying chemical use, critics gave rise to the concept of organic farming, namely its benefits to environmental health, and forced policymakers to think strategically about the future of agriculture. The language of organic agriculture initially emerged in Europe in the 1840s, 12 when the German chemist, Justus von Leibig, first observed in his research the detrimental relationship between the utilization of chemicals in agriculture and soil health.

Shah, “Poverty Facts and Stats,” 2009, pars. 11, 12, 13, 14. 39. Structural Adjustment Programs (SAPs) were an ensemble of economic and infrastructural reforms prescribed for developing countries to jump-start economic growth and reduce poverty in their countries. The World Bank issued loans to build their infrastructure and facilitate the installment of primary and secondary industries. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) enforced trade agreements that opened up their markets to international trade.

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