Construire un système agro-alimentaire alternatif : les cas des AMAP et de « La Ruche qui dit oui ! »

Abstract : The « Food Assembly » society manages since 2011 an online platform that makes it possible for private individuals to set up a pop-up food market. This start-up allows consumers and food producers to meet up in order to contribute to a “sustainable agriculture”, more ecological and source of social bonding. By doing so, the FA follows the « Community supported agriculture »’s basic principles. Called « AMAP » (Literally: associations for the preservation of peasant agriculture) in France, those initiatives were founded in 2001. However, those associations are far from enjoying those new local food systems. How can this opposition be explained? Aren’t CSA and the Food Assembly both contributing to turn sustainable food into a public problem? Should we interpret their discrepancies as real political disagreements? This communication addresses those interrogations, comparing both initiatives.
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Diane Rodet. Construire un système agro-alimentaire alternatif : les cas des AMAP et de « La Ruche qui dit oui ! » . 14e Congrès de l'Association française de Science Politique (AFSP), Jul 2017, Montpellier, France. ⟨halshs-01626795⟩

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