Food Politics is best explained better as a competition of politics to shape

Food politics is best explained better as a

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better as a competition of politics to shape the actions of the government. This can be somewhat compared shortly with what was said in class about the school lunch program where this will not only be affected of just the students and the school, it would also affect the government, so the students would have a meal for a really low price or for free. Instead of students bringing junk food, the school providing the a healthier option for lunch for the low income families’ students would be one less affected for their studies and would not have to worry about a healthy diet and healthy food intake during school hours. With that being said the growing population can also damage the environment in itself that helps us feed everyone. Many experts firmly believe that having a growing population as fast as it is now is actually hurting the Earth we live in because of the fact that since there is a huge number of mouths to feed that food production is not up to par of the population. This can and will result to more dry lands that make it hard to grow food and more forests and amazons to be cleared out for farming. Another example that I think would fit in this category would be the drought Californians are facing. Over the last decade, less and
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  • Spring '15
  • nicole
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