Advancing an integrated food energy system (IFES) in Haiti: Applying resiliency and sustainability models in ecologically degraded environments

This study examines the complex factors and causes of Haiti’s ecological demise, identifying the tipping points which led to its early environmental challenges, its eventual isolation, economic stagnation and decline within the exclusionary global economic system of mercantilism, all resulting in, and reinforced by, a complex western ideological bias defined as ‘Haitiism’.

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