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As part of the change we will need alternative measures of well being such as those proposed by Amory Lovins (least-cost end-use analysis) (Lovins, 1977), H. T. Odum (energy accounting) (Hall et al, 1986) and John Cobb (index of sustainable welfare) (Daly and Cobb, 1990). Sustainability also implies a different approach to technology. One that gives greater priority to those that are smaller in scale, less environmentally destructive, and rely on the free services of natural systems. Not infrequently, technologies with these characteristics are also highly costeffective, especially when subsidies for competing technologies are leveled out.

The exploitive always involves the abuse or the perversion of nurture and ultimately its destruction. Thus, we saw how far the exploitive revolution had penetrated the official character when our recent secretary of agriculture remarked that ‘Food is a weapon’. This was given a fearful symmetry indeed when, in discussing the possible use of nuclear weapons, a secretary of defense spoke of ‘palatable’ levels of devastation. Consider the associations that have since ancient times clustered around the idea of food – associations of mutual care, generosity, neighbourliness, festivity, communal joy, religious cer- 16 The Earthscan Reader in Sustainable Agriculture emony – and you will see that these two secretaries represent a cultural catastrophe.

As so often before, these are designated victims – people without official sanction, often without official friends, who are struggling to preserve their places, their values and their lives as they know them and prefer to live them against the agencies of their own government which are using their own tax moneys against them. The only escape from this destiny of victimization has been to ‘succeed’ – that is, to ‘make it’ into the class of exploiters, and then to remain so specialized and so ‘mobile’ as to be unconscious of the effects of one’s life or livelihood.

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