Tag: agriculture

7:30 Story on Inhumane Stunning of Pigs Highlights Urgent Need to Re-localise Food Systems

We need a degrowth economy that provides radical sufficiency for all, not a continuation of business as usual that primarily benefits the one percent.

Indian Farmers Resist Neoliberalism

It is noteworthy that, while farmers have built solidarity across states, between different classes of rural society, and between different castes and communities, the ruling party and its machinery have been working overtime to create divisions between organisations and communities, and accusing the movement of infiltration by separatists and terrorists.

From Green Revolution to Agroecology by Maarten Stapper

The core of life on Earth is the daily requirement of food for people and all living organisms in webs of life, or ecosystems. These natural, self-organising ecosystems, which have provided food for millennia, are increasingly being taken apart—by ecological destruction and changing climates caused by ever increasing world population; industrialisation, including food production using […]

Australia: A Vanishing Country?

Australia’s laboriously built food standards are rapidly decaying under FTA pressure, writes Nonie Sharp

From Colony to Global Prize

George Aditjondro Timor Loro Sa'e Under a New Wave of Economic Transformation