How is food relevant to environmental ethics?

Christopher Oscarsson, environmental humanities scholar

Environmental Humanities scholar Christopher Oscarson reflects on on the nature of food production and consumption and how discussing an activity as basic as eating with his students opens up a range of ethical questions about the nature of food production and human-environmental relations.

Bifrost gratefully acknowledges the leadership of the Sigtuna Foundation and the research network NIES for all their valuable support and work behind the scenes that helped make the interview excerpted in this video possible. Grateful acknowledgment is also made to Sigtunastiftelsen, where the interview was filmed.
Credit: Hartman, Steven, Peter Norrman, Anders Birgersson and Christopher Oscarsson. How is food relevant to environmental ethics? Originally published in bifrostonline.org, 30 November 2017 (CC BY-SA 2.0)