publication . Preprint . Other literature type . 2017

A data science and historical global political ecology perspective on the financial system, agriculture and climate: from the trans-Atlantic slave trade to agroecology

Chang, Marina; Huang, C. H.; Mian, I.S;
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  • Published: 04 Sep 2017
Abstract
We show that narrative visualisation can contribute to identifying financial, legal, political, trade and other mechanisms capable of serving the diverse needs of practitioners of agroecology (primarily small scale farmers) and advocates of food sovereignty. Using financial and non-financial public information (re)sources such as historical macroeconomic data from the Bank of England and open source software tools, we paint portraits of (a) the trans-Atlantic slave trade and European Empires, (b) 21st century large-scale land acquisitions, and (c) traditional farming systems, agricultural biodiversity, and climate change. This triptych of background notes plus a...
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publication . Preprint . Other literature type . 2017

A data science and historical global political ecology perspective on the financial system, agriculture and climate: from the trans-Atlantic slave trade to agroecology

Chang, Marina; Huang, C. H.; Mian, I.S;