EU plant protein plans: sustainable for who? 11/09/2018 - Written by Chris Chancellor Amid growing evidence of the far-reaching consequences of our global food system, reform of the current global agrifood supply-chain is increasingly being demanded from scholars, activists, farmers, and society at large. Concerns extend beyond the environmentally harmful aspects of food production, but also issues related to food and nutritional security, human… Continue reading EU plant protein plans: sustainable for who?
Pastoralism under Threat: SAGCOT in Tanzania 23/01/2018 - Written by Flora Sonkin “Pastoralism under Threat: Human Rights Violations in the Southern Agriculture Growth Corridor of Tanzania” is a policy brief by Terra Nuova, CELEP and Hands on the Land for Food Sovereignty, which analyzes, with a human rights approach, violations to the detriment of the many shepherds and small-scale farmers in Tanzania. A… Continue reading Pastoralism under Threat: SAGCOT in Tanzania