Lyda Fernanda Forero

Lyda Fernanda Forero is an economist who carries out analysis and campaigning on trade and investment policies, the architecture of impunity created for transnational corporations, and new trends in financialisation and commodification of nature and life. Lyda is Colombian, she has a BA degree in Economics and has  master studies in History at the Universidad Nacional de Colombia, where she was teacher and researcher. She is a researcher for TNI’s Economic Justice, Corporate Power and Alternatives program.

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From Crisis to Transformation

This primer seeks to explore why it is imperative to orient ourselves and our social movements towards a Just Transition and how we can consciously and deliberately move away from the dysfunctional and destructive systems that are leading us towards extinction.

November 4, 2022

'Junk agroecology'

‘Junk Agroecology’

The promotion of ‘junk agroecology’ initiatives opens up the possibility of greater greenwashing of socially and environmentally destructive forms of production, and more deeply entrenches the unjust dynamics which have led to the current crises.

November 12, 2020

Degrowth & the Climate Crisis – from a Climate Justice Perspective

There is an increasing consensus on the need and urgency to tackle climate change and its consequences.

August 6, 2015

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