Two Views on Science and Food
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The paper examines how Jonathan Rauch and Marion Nestles both address issues of science and food; Rauch looks at production of food while Nestle looks at the problem of consumption and its impact on the world. The paper highlights how both address science and its potential value for solving the problem of hunger.
From the Paper:"Jonathan Rauch's 2003 article in The Atlantic Monthly entitled "Will Frankenfood Save the Planet" and Marion Nestle's "The Ironic Politics of Obesity" in Science the same year, are two pieces that attempt to explore the issue of food from an ironic standpoint. Rauch looks at the irony of critics who decry pollution and habitat loss yet oppose genetically engineered crops or "Frankenfood" that promise to solve these problems. Meanwhile Nestle focuses on the irony of people, especially the poor, eating too much food creating new kinds of health concerns just as we..."
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Two Views on Science and Food (2008, December 01) Retrieved May 23, 2022, from https://www.academon.com/analytical-essay/two-views-on-science-and-food-141121/
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