5 Lessons for Food System Thinking from COVID-19

5 lessons for food system thinking from COVID-19: Susanna Klassen

COVID-19 notifications at a grocery store.

COVID-19 notifications at a grocery store. Photo by Allie Smith.

“Civil society groups working on food systems change have argued that this crisis presents an opening to do things differently. Indeed, many are poised to use this crisis for transformation — coalescing around issues like a Universal Basic Income and rights and protections for migrant workers, and using strategies like rent strikes to build collective power. Are we as scholars equally poised to respond? Or alternatively, are we courageous enough to support their efforts where they align?”

CSFS grad student Susanna Klassen’s blog post explores the challenges and opportunities that COVID-19 presents for our food system.

Check out the full blog post here.