Tag: agricultural

Food sovereignty… A fair model
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Food sovereignty… A fair model

Nearly 870 million people worldwide are suffering from chronic malnutrition, the majority of which live in developing countries. The reason behind malnutrition lies in the current food system as it puts the interests of big agricultural businesses and distribution companies first.   Benjamin Serra   Studies show that there is […]

Playing with hunger
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Playing with hunger

90% of food produced annually belongs to only 10 major multinationals. Companies which put their own profits before human lives. 1,000 million people suffer from starvation on a planet where food is abundant. . Ramón Alabau . Whilst Nestlé bottles and sells Pakistan’s underground water for high prices, many of […]

Behind “Made in china”…
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Behind “Made in china”…

International reports indicate that more than 200 million children in the world are forced to work. Many of them are forced and exploited to produce low cost products, which reach astronomical prices in European and US markets. . Ramón Alabau . In Mali, they hand harvest cotton, on the streets […]

Cultivating + biodiversity = agricultural wealth
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Cultivating + biodiversity = agricultural wealth

On the 9th of February, a talk with the thinker and philosopher Vandana Shiva and environmental activist Satish Kumar, will attempt to establish the keys to avoid large companies’ control over agricultural production on small farms in Africa. Economic growth, understood by politicians and big corporations, is limited to the […]

Guardians of the Earth, victims of climate change
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Guardians of the Earth, victims of climate change

Paradoxically, although the potential of saving the planet is in their hands, it is the indigenous communities of the world, that are most affected by global warming generated by the industrialised countries. _ Miriam Valero While a section of the earth’s population consumes without measure, contaminates with its industries and […]