Kathleen Chiappetta has a Bachelor of Journalism Degree from Ryerson University in Toronto and a Master of Science Degree in Global Politics from the LSE. Over the years she has written and produced pieces on national and international issues such as agricultural and maritime trade, engineering education and Irish migration. She has worked for the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) in Geneva, the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in Paris and the High Commission of Canada in the United Kingdom. She is currently working as a Trade Policy Officer in Canada.

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    Book Review: Water: Abundance, Scarcity and Security in the Age of Humanity by Jeremy J. Schmidt

Book Review: Water: Abundance, Scarcity and Security in the Age of Humanity by Jeremy J. Schmidt

In Water: Abundance, Scarcity and Security in the Age of Humanity, Jeremy J. Schmidt details the intellectual history of […]

  • Permalink Beets for sale at the Bath County Agricultural Education and Marketing Center, Owingsville, KY, on Friday, July15, 2011. The Center was the recipient of a $400,000 Rural Business Enterprise Grant. It has given farmers and producers from Bath and surrounding counties the opportunity to manufacture and market their locally grown and locally produced value-added and “Kentucky Proud” branded products, including but not limited to, fresh produce, artisan crafts and specialty food products. The Center is open year-round and allow residents to sell products in four different retail categories, including Kentucky products, regional crafts, “green” groceries and bakery/deli.  Several producers expressed their gratitude for Rural Development’s assistance in making the center a reality.  The project was made possible through funding enacted by the 111th United States Congress in February 2009 and signed into law on February 17, 2009, by President Barack Obama.. USDA Photo by Lance Cheung.Gallery

    Book Review: Concentration and Power in the Food System: Who Controls What We Eat? by Philip H. Howard

Book Review: Concentration and Power in the Food System: Who Controls What We Eat? by Philip H. Howard

Concentration and Power in the Food System: Who Controls What We Eat? invites readers to consider the networks of […]

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    Book Review: Water and Development: Good Governance After Neoliberalism edited by Ronaldo Munck, Narathius Asingwire, G. Honor Fagan and Consolata Kabonesa

Book Review: Water and Development: Good Governance After Neoliberalism edited by Ronaldo Munck, Narathius Asingwire, G. Honor Fagan and Consolata Kabonesa

In the edited collection Water and Development: Good Governance After Neoliberalism, editors Ronaldo Munck, Narathius Asingwire, G. Honor Fagan […]

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    The Monthly Roundup: What Have You Been Reading in October 2015?

The Monthly Roundup: What Have You Been Reading in October 2015?

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Waging War: A New Philosophical Introduction. 2nd Edition. Ian Clark. Oxford University Press. 2015.

Ian […]

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    Book Review: Fishers and Plunderers: Theft, Slavery and Violence at Sea by Alastair Couper, Hance D. Smith and Bruno Ciceri

Book Review: Fishers and Plunderers: Theft, Slavery and Violence at Sea by Alastair Couper, Hance D. Smith and Bruno Ciceri

Kathleen Chiappetta welcomes Fishers and Plunderers: Theft, Slavery and Violence at Sea as a valuable introductory overview of the […]

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