Sarah Rotz
Sarah Rotz
Faculty of Environmental & Urban Change, York University
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Opportunities and Challenges for Big Data in Agricultural and Environmental Analysis
A Weersink, E Fraser, D Pannell, E Duncan, S Rotz
Annual Review of Resource Economics, 2018
Resilience and the industrial food system: Analyzing the impacts of agricultural industrialization on food system vulnerability
S Rotz, EDG Fraser
Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences 5 (3), 459-473, 2015
Automated pastures and the digital divide: How agricultural technologies are shaping labour and rural communities
S Rotz, E Gravely, I Mosby, E Duncan, E Finnis, M Horgan, J LeBlanc, ...
Journal of Rural Studies, 2019
The Politics of Digital Agricultural Technologies: A Preliminary Review
S Rotz, E Duncan, M Small, J Botschner, R Dara, I Mosby, M Reed, ...
Sociologia Ruralis, 2019
‘They took our beads, it was a fair trade, get over it’: Settler colonial logics, racial hierarchies and material dominance in Canadian agriculture
S Rotz
Geoforum 82, 158-169, 2017
Situating tenure, capital and finance in farmland relations: Implications for stewardship and agroecological health in Ontario, Canada
S Rotz, EDG Fraser, RC Martin
Journal of Peasant Studies, 2017
Drawing lines in the cornfield: an analysis of discourse and identity relations across agri-food networks
S Rotz
Agriculture and Human Values, 2017
Toward anti-colonial food policy in Canada?(Im) possibilities within the settler state
L Kepkiewicz, S Rotz
Canadian Food Studies/La Revue canadienne des Útudes sur l'alimentation 5 (2á…, 2018
REDD'ing forest conservation: the Philippine predicament
S Rotz
Capitalism Nature Socialism 25 (2), 43-59, 2014
Uncertain Harvest: The Future of Food on a Warming Planet
I Mosby, S Rotz, E Fraser
The Limits of Sustainability and Resilience Frameworks: Lessons from agri-food system research
S Rotz, EDG Fraser
Routledge Handbook of Sustainability Indicators, 568, 2018
Settler colonialism and the (im)possibilities of a national food policy
S Rotz, L Wood Kepkiewicz
Canadian Food Studies 5 (3), 248-258, 2018
Digging into industrial food systems: A study of socio-ecological diversity in conventional agriculture
S Rotz
Governing Forests, Carbon and Climate Change
S Rotz
YORK UNIVERSITY, Toronto, 2011
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