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Welche Wirkung hat die Bewegung für nachhaltige Ernährung auf die Literatur? Diese Frage will Carson Fellow Daniel Philippon beantworten, indem er drei Aspekte betrachtet: Die Differenzierung von Religion und Wissenschaft, Tierschutz und eine nicht vegetarische Lebensweise, sowie den Erwerb von globaler und lokaler Nahrung. Immerhin ist Nahrung auch ein Faktor, der zum Klimawandel beiträgt. Carson Fellow Daniel Philippon erforscht amerikanische Umweltliteratur und wie sie zu Natur, Kultur und Orten steht
Carson Fellow Daniel Philippon is interested in food as a transformative aspect of environmentalism. He argues that today, together with climate change, food is what connects people the most with the “sustainability movement.” The name of his project is “Ideal Meals” and he discusses issues such as ethics of sustainable food movements, animal welfare and global/local food systems. Prof. Dr. Philippon is an associate professor of English at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, where he teaches courses in the environmental humanities, literary nonfiction writing, and sustainability studies.
Keywords Lokale Nahrung Veraenderung von Landschaften Klimawandel Literatur Ernaehrungsbewegung Nachhaltigkeit Environmental ethics politics and movements, food sustainability animal welfare
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