The ladder: from non-awareness to making food security central

This table describes the various stages we have seen people  develop through as their awareness of the significance of water and food security rises and as it begins to become part of their daily lives.

OUR CULTURE  We get actively involved in promoting food and water security for all as a cornerstone of a culture of peace and prosperity
LOCAL INVOLVEMENT: RESILIENCE  We engage with local authorities to do what we can to ensure food and water security is part of emergency preparedness and resilience
COMMUNITY  We get together with others to form food cooperatives, CSAs and eco-villages etc
GROWING, PRESERVING
 We start to grow food at home, in an allotment or similar. We learn and practice techniques of preservation
 LEARNING: SUSTAINABILITY We start to lean more about the impact of food on our health and of production practices on the environment
 NOT FOR US We buy food from the shop and don’t think any more about it

See also the Water and Food Ladder for corporations and nations.

CUTTING EDGE:

The Transition movement have come far in creating a vision and launching practical initiatives for bringing resilience and sustainable food security to a community. Follow the links below for more information.

IN TRANSITION 2.0: the film

Transition Network

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