*Sustainable intensification presents ‘technification’ as an undeniable scientific truth
*Food supply systems and R&D should be reorientated towards real needs
Food needs can be met with a new vision for agriculture and science, say Brian Wynne and Georgina Catacora-Vargas.
In mainstream policy and corporate thinking, scientific knowledge and global markets are considered key for food security. This has resulted in the industrialisation and laboratory research-led intensification of agricultural systems, inputs and food-supply chains.