FoodARC and partners recently published an article called “Structural Constraints and Enablers to Community Food Security in Nova Scotia, Canada”, which emerged out of Activating Change Together for Community Food Security (ACT for CFS).
The purpose of the research was to better under-stand the sociopolitical context that affects the realization of community food security (CFS) in Nova Scotia, Canada.
Our goal in undertaking this research was to understand the constraints and enablers for realizing CFS in Nova Scotia in some depth. Our approach was to draw on the experiential knowledge of key stakeholders in Nova Scotia’s food system (civil society, industry, and government).
If you are interested in reading the article, click the link in the citation below.
Andrée P, Langille L, Clement C, Williams P, Norgang E. Structural Constraints and Enablers to Community Food Security in Nova Scotia, Canada. Journal of Hunger & Environmental Nutrition, 2016. DOI: 10.1080/19320248.2016.1157547. (PDF, 2.4 MB | 34 pages)