A Deliberative Carbohydrate Economy
I received a bit of fan mail related to my, "Burn up Your Own Crops!"
Stop and think.
For the first time in 60 years, the carbohydrate economy is back on the public-policy agenda.Wemay be changing the very material foundation of industrial economies. Whether and how we effect that change can profoundly affect the future of our natural environment, our rural economies, agriculture, and world trade. It is an exciting historical opportunity, but one we shouldapproach with deliberation and foresight.
- David Morris, The Once and Future Carbohydrate Economy, April 2006