There is a growing movement that states that perhaps sustainable agriculture will support feeding the hungry. The People’s Food Sovereignty met in Rome, Italy, from 13-17 November 2009. Please read The People’s Forum. At the end of the text there is an Explanation of Food Sovereignty by Nyelini Declaration from Mali, February 2007 at http://peoplesforum2009.foodsovereignty.org/the_peoples_forum
The Americas have an abundance of native crops, including pumpkins and squash, that are drought hardy even considering climate change. Two of the four most important crops in the world are native to the Americans being corn and potatoes. The other two most important crops are wheat (Europe) and rice (Asia).
Native crops throughout the world have biodiversity that needs to be protected from an industralized profit driven global food system.
Tashunka Witko (Crazy Horse) said, “One does not sell the earth upon which the people walk.” 1840-1877