Christian Reynolds is a PhD candidate at the University of South Australia. In his PhD Christian is examining the economic and environmental impacts of food consumption; specifically food waste.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Tipping the Scales: A New Understanding of Food’s Power in the Political Sphere

This paper argues that food is an instrument of political power, and discusses the evolution of food as Hard, Soft and Prestige based power.

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Climate Change on the Menu? A Retrospective Look at the Development of South Australian Municipal Food Waste Policy

Food waste constitutes wasted resources and energy that contribute to Australia’s ecological footprint. This paper investigates how South Australia developed positive food waste policies.

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The Soft Power of Food: A Diplomacy of Hamburgers and Sushi?

This paper provides a discussion on the utilisation of food as a vehicle for soft power. Concluding, that food (applied correctly) can produce coercion in the political and social spheres.

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