Category: Agroecology and Food Sovereignty

The Agribiz Borg Tried To Assimilate Me At The COP 21 Climate Talks

There’s a huge array of NGOs and farmers’ organizations who are suspicious and critical of Climate Smart Agriculture.

New Economy Week 2015: Organizing for a Just Transition in Washington State

Jill Mangaliman leads Got Green?, a Seattle group that organizes for an equitable, green economy, and Rosalinda Guillen leads the farmworker organization Community to Community, which advocates for food justice.

Land, Labor, and Survival in Crete

Crete is a remarkable island of outstanding natural beauty and vibrant traditional culture. I arrived there at the end of the tourist season, as the tavernas and hotels were preparing for hibernation.

The Corporate Takeover of Africa’s Food Is on Shaky Grounds—It’s Time for Action

This post was written by Chris Walker, a campaigns and policy officer working on Global Justice Now’s food and climate campaigns, and originally appeared at…

Can We Start Talking About Food and Agriculture In the Runup to Paris?

Food production is responsible for a big chunk of global greenhouse gases, while climate change is already having a significant impact on food production. It’s…