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, by Himal Southasian

Corralling the nomads

China’s anti-pastoralist policies in Tibet are not only culturally insensitive but environmentally disastrous.

Although its record of reserve-based biodiversity conservation is striking, Beijing’s approach to the conservation of living natural resources outside reserves is less impressive. Pressures for economic development often eclipse complex ecological and cultural factors. This is especially true on (…)

, by Himal Southasian

Fishing for solutions. Transborder fishing in India and Sri lanka

Vivekanandan has worked with fishing communities for over a quarter-century. Most of that was spent with the South Indian Federation of Fishermen Societies, a cooperative organisation for small fishermen, of which he is currently advisor. He has started a new organisation, Fisheries Management (…)

, by Asian Peasant Coalition

RICE LANDS: STILL UNDER SIEGE

This is an updated version of the first booklet "Rice lands: Fields of Agony and Fields of Hope". It describes the grabbing of rice lands all over Asia by corporations and governments and the destruction this wreaks on poor rice farming communities. Land is becoming more and more a critical (…)

, par Les Amis de la Terre

OGM : la grande escroquerie climatique

L’industrie des biotechnologies ne compte ni son argent, ni son temps pour produire toute une documentation censée démontrer la rapide expansion des surfaces cultivées en OGM. L’objectif de ces documents est d’essayer de persuader des régions ou des pays qui n’ont pas encore adopté sans (…)

, by Tehelka

Ethiopians say Indians grabbing land. Indian farmers claim it is official

RAM KARUTURI, the world’s largest rose grower, calls it a situation that needs immediate intervention. Else, he is sure the rush of Indians to Africa will ebb to a trickle, which, in turn, could have serious implications as ethnic tensions with the locals are slowly, but steadily, rising in some (…)

, por BALTZER Anna

Resistencia indígena, desde Colombia a Palestina

Rebelión.org

“Solo ven nuestra agua, nuestra tierra, nuestros árboles. No les importamos. Quieren la tierra, sin la gente que vive en ella”
Estas palabras no son de un agricultor palestino sino de Justo Conda, gobernador de la Reserva Indígena de Lopez Adentro al sudoeste de Colombia, cuya comunidad fue (…)

, par CETRI

Pressions sur les terres

Points de vue du Sud Editions Syllepse - Centre tricontinental Volume XVII (2010), n°3, 212 p.

La crise alimentaire a jeté une lumière crue sur les aberrations du modèle de développement agricole promu dans le Sud. Bien que des récoltes record y soient enregistrées, la faim progresse. Paradoxe tout aussi flagrant, les trois quarts des sous-alimentés sont des ruraux, producteurs eux-mêmes (…)

Mapuches, os chilenos dos quais não falamos

Por Alain Devalpo, Le Monde Diplomatique | Traduzido por Cauê Seigne Ameni

São chilenos, cerca de trinta. Estão privados de liberdade e em ameaça constante de morte. Não são os mineradores bloqueados na mina situada ao norte do Chile, cujo drama a mídia relata. São os “PPM” — os “presos políticos mapuches”, como eles próprios se definem –, em greve de fome desde 12 de (…)

Chiapas : maïs créole en réseau

Emanuel Gómez

Ce texte, publié originellement en espagnol, a été traduit par Paloma PEREZ de l’association « …Et Faits Planète » (www.etfaitsplanete.org), traductrice bénévole pour rinoceros.
La « milpa » est la base matérielle, culturale et agroécologique qui permet la reproduction sociale paysanne, la (…)

, par NARAIN Sunita

Lutter pour le contrôle de nos corps

Nous sommes ce que nous mangeons, dit-on. Mais savons-nous vraiment ce que nous mangeons ? Savons-nous qui cuisine et nous sert les aliments dont nous remplissons nos assiettes puis nos corps ?
Plus je creuse cette grande question et plus il m’apparaît clairement que notre monde de (…)

, by NARAIN Sunita

The battle for control of our bodies

They say you are what you eat. But do we know what we are eating? Do we know who is cooking and serving us the food we take to our kitchens and then into our bodies?
The more I dig into this issue it becomes clear that our world of food is spinning in directions we know nothing about.
Take (…)

, por MST

Agrotóxicos aumentam índice de câncer no meio rural

O modelo de produção agrícola e o comportamento alimentar social podem ser responsáveis pelos problemas de saúde enfrentados hoje pela população brasileira.
Regina Miranda, presidente do Conselho de Segurança Alimentar e Nutricional Sustentável do Rio Grande do Sul, alerta que "geração atual é (…)

, par ADITAL

Brésil : quelle limite pour la propriété foncière ?

Interview avec Gilbert Portes

Ce texte, publié originellement en portugais par Adital, a été traduit par Isabelle Miranda, traductrice bénévole pour rinoceros.
En septembre prochain aura lieu le Plébiscite populaire pour une limitation de la propriété foncière, qui a pour but de faire pression sur le Congrès brésilien (…)

, by Truthdig

Formalizing Israel’s Land Grab

Time is running out for Israel. And the Israeli government knows it. The Jewish Diaspora, especially the young, has a waning emotional and ideological investment in Israel. The demographic boom means that Palestinians in Israel and the occupied territories will soon outnumber Jews. And Israel’s (…)

, por Biblioteca Diplô

Quando os camponeses servem de cobaia

Diplô Brasil

A obsessão pela produtividade e a preocupação de por fim às crises alimentares levou à importação do modelo agrícola norte-americano. Mas além da fatura ecológica, o meio rural francês pagou com seu despovoamento e a desestruturação de seus modos de vida tradicionais. Leia mais

, por ADITAL

Qual o limite da propriedade da terra? Entrevista com Gilberto Portes

Em setembro deste ano, será realizado o Plebiscito Popular pelo limite da terra que visa pressionar o Congresso Nacional para limitar o tamanho máximo da propriedade e uso dela por estrangeiros. Em entrevista à IHU On-Line, realizada por telefone, Gilberto Portes, do Fórum Nacional pela Reforma (…)

, by AlterNet

Big Food’s expansion into the developing world

Has Big Food already run out of customers in cities and other locales that are more readily accessible by land? Nestle Stoops to New Low, Launches Barge to Peddle Junk Food on the Amazon River to Brazil’s Poor. Read more