Government by the people mural

Will more sovereign wealth funds mean less food sovereignty?

But sovereign wealth funds crush real visions of food sovereignty as they take resources away from local communities and push a capitalist, industrialist food system – be it green or not.

April 17, 2023

Protests in Colombo

Getting out of the food-energy-climate crisis

Finding a way out of this “polycrisis” requires a deep transformation in how energy and food are produced and distributed, with actions that challenge corporate control head on.

November 17, 2022

Lurching from food crisis to food crisis

There are tonnes of good ideas on the table about how to reshape our food systems – and fleets of social movements eager to take the reins and put them in practice. Perhaps this food crisis can serve to bring movements together to get some serious action going.

July 19, 2022

Food vs fuel

Big farms don’t feed the world

Numerous studies have shown that small farms are not only more productive per hectare of land, but that they also protect biodiversity better, produce more diverse and more nutritious food, create more jobs and keep more people on the land.

February 11, 2022

Feminism and climate change

Confronting neoliberalism with feminist climate justice

The feminist approach to climate justice therefore demands that governments, civil society, private sector, environmentalists should address the causes and effects of climate change, not as a single issue, but in recognition of the full spectrum of the numerous challenges that communities face

August 10, 2021

Senegal farmers

The Real Seed Producers

The picture often painted for us is that we need corporate seeds to feed the world: they are alleged to be more efficient, productive and predictable. Locally developed farmer varieties are painted as backwards, less-productive and disease-ridden. But those of us with our feet on the ground know that this is not the reality in Africa.

November 6, 2018

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