COP26 Will Showcase False Solutions That Protect Corporate Profits, Not The Planet

By Margaret Flowers, Clearing the FOG. -

The COP 26 United Nations climate meeting is underway in Glasgow Scotland. Following the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's recent "Code Red" report that proves urgent action is [...]

Brazil’s Landless Workers Persist Through Agroecology

By Rafael Forsetto, Civil Eats. -

Just off one of the main highways that crosses the Brazilian state of Paraná, there’s a narrow dirt road that’s easy to miss if you’re not looking for it. The road is bordered on both sides by [...]

Agroecology In Puerto Rico: Building Alternatives To Colonialism And Capitalism

By Staff, -

Jesef Reyes Morales: The movement is composed of different collectives that carry out regional work in the island. Collectives of agroecological agriculture, community processes, educational [...]

Dangerous Liaison: Industrial Agriculture And The Reductionist Mindset

By Colin Todhunter, Global Research. -

A minority of the global population has access to so much food than it can afford to waste much of it, while food insecurity has become a fact of life for hundreds of millions. This crisis stems [...]

Cuba’s Sustainable Agro-Ecological Model Could Save The World

By Staff, -

By Staff of Tele Sur - On World Food Day, teleSUR spoke to Professor Raj Patel, an award-winning writer and defender of food security and sustainable models of agriculture. In Cuba, where the [...]

Agroecology, Not ‘Climate Smart Agriculture’

By Institute of Science in Society, -

By Institute of Science in Society - We, the undersigned, belong to civil society organizations including social movements, peasants/farmers organizations and faith-based organizations from [...]