Welcome to the Global Food Politics Group

Global Food Politics Group in white lettering on a bright green background with a dark green vine climbing up the right hand side of the image. The Global Food Politics Group (GFPG) is a diverse group of researchers based at the University of Waterloo working on projects that focus on the political, social, economic, and ecological dimensions of various global food and environmental issues. While unified in their context of global dimensions of environment and food, specific areas of interest vary with respect to topic, place and scale.

Members of the Global Food Politics Group sometimes present their research at the monthly meetings of the Waterloo Food Issues Group (WatFIG). Keep up to date with upcoming events on the WatFIG site.

  1. Jan. 30, 2018"Who’s Minding the Mergers?" Dr. Jennifer Clapp's Lecture in the News!

    Dr. Jennifer Clapp presented a lecture titled "Mega Mergers on the Menu: Corporate Concentration and the Politics of Sustainability in the Global Food System" for the 16th Bentley Lecture in Sustainable Agriculture at the University of Alberta on January 25, 2018. Her talk was covered by Kevin Ma of the St. Albert Gazette in this article "Who's Minding the Mergers?".

  2. Mar. 31, 2017Bigger is Not Always Better: Drivers and Implications of the Recent Agribusiness Megamergers

    Professor Jennifer Clapp's March 2017 working paper is now available online: Bigger is Not Always Better: Drivers and Implications of the Recent Agribusiness Megamergers

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