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Ethics and Food Systems Planning

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What are the ethics of what we eat? Who has a place at the table in planning food systems? Where do social and political aspects come into the mix? When do personal tastes and values become an ethical concern?

Published by American Planning Association, 2012

Format: Streaming Media, 90 minutes


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What are the ethics of what we eat? Who has a place at the table in planning food systems? Where do social and political aspects come into the mix? When do personal tastes and values become an ethical concern? This presentation offers abundant food for thought about one of the newest areas of planning.

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Speakers:
Tom Daniels, Professor, University of Pennsylvania; Jerry J. Weitz, FAICP, Director, East Carolina University; Samina Raja, Associate Professor, State University of New York

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