Sistemas alimentarios, semillas y complejidad : una mirada al sistema alimentario colombiano
Campos Delgado, Natalia
This paper approaches a phenomenon as vital as it is relevant for humanity: production, distribution, use and control of seeds. An analysis of phenomena manifested in the framework of complex systems is brought about by complexity science perspective, specifically food systems. Henceforth, it is carried out a characterization of Colombian food system, while global food system is alluded from a vision of fractality. Likewise, it is pursued an analysis of complex phenomena as social actions of self-organization and swarm intelligence demonstrations, around the protection of native seeds and ancestral knowledge of agriculture, in a regional and local level.