The Most Radical Protest

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  1. What do you think is the best way for an individual to use more sustainable ways to obtain food? I live in an apartment, so I don’t have a field or garden to grow my own food. Do you think a good alternative is buying from farmer’s markets and buying from stores that sell organic food? That’s what I’ve been doing lately. Would you say that this method is sustainable?

    1. I think farmers’ markets are a great opportunity to support your local food system and a good way to make sure more of your food dollar goes to the direct producers. If it exists in your area, you could also consider joining a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) initiative where you pay upfront to receive a box of fruit and vegetable every month, sharing the risk with the farmer and circumventing normal distribution channels (which can make it even cheaper). And once you are in the grocery store, trying to buy local and/or organic is what I try to do as well – although I am not sure how local I can get in Sweden in the winter… 😉 Overall, I think your lifestyle sounds very sustainable! 😉

  2. I believe change happens on an individual level, and becomes a tsunami of change the more individuals also change. One of the the big ways to change the current consumer paradigm is to buy as little as possible, only those items you need, and if possible second hand.

  3. Be the change you want to see … but sometimes, policies can force us to be those changes. Little movements from all direction are the thing that will eventually cause a shift. Viva la revolucion 🙂

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