Eating Tomorrow: Agribusiness, Family Farmers, and the Battle for the Future of Food



Reporting from Africa, Mexico, India, and the United States, Timothy A. Wise's Eating Tomorrow discovers how in country after country, agribusiness and its well-heeled philanthropic promoters have actually exacerbated food crises. Most of the world, Wise reveals, is fed by hundreds of millions of small-scale farmers, people with few resources and simple tools but a keen understanding of what and how to grow. These same farmers - who already grow more than 70 percent of the food eaten in developing countries - can show the way forward as climate rises and population increases.

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