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By Frances Moore Lappé / 13 January 2018
Frances Moore Lappe demonstrates that capitalism, and the energy-intensive industrial farming it promotes, can't feed the world. There are however alternatives that are efficient, sustainable, democratic, and egalitarian.
By Arturo Desimone / 12 January 2018
Arturo Desimone relates the story of Dr Bhimrao Ambedkar, who challenged Gandhi's support for the caste system.
By Katrina Kozarek / 10 January 2018
Over the years we have all heard a great deal about the great social achievements of the Bolivarian Revolution, the government subsidized health program Barrio Adentro, the subsidized food program Mercal, the housing mission which provides free and affordable government organized housing to the poor and middle class, the Canaima program which provides computer to students, Madres del Barrio and... Read more
By Jason Hickel / 07 January 2018
"If we want to have any hope of averting catastrophe, we’re going to have to do something about our addiction to growth." Earlier this summer, a paper published in the journal Nature captured headlines with a rather bleak forecast. Our chances of keeping global warming below the 2C danger threshold are very, very small: only about 5%. The reason, according to the paper’s authors, is that the... Read more
By Stephen Corry / 05 January 2018
How intertwined are governments and big conservation NGOs? And to what extent do they view fundamental human rights - particularly for powerless minorities - through a lens of self-interest tinted by self-delusion? And what happens when they're challenged? Survival International is closer to some answers after engaging with a process devised by the Organization for Economic Cooperation &... Read more
By David Roberts / 04 January 2018
The top 10 percent of the wealthiest people in China emit less carbon per person than people on the bottom half of the US wealth distribution — again, inequality between countries — but it also shows that the top 10 percent wealthiest in the US emit more than five times as much CO2 per person as those on the lower half of the income scale.
By Klaire Gain / 04 January 2018
El agua vale mas que oro,” or in English “Water is worth more than gold,” a young boy chants along with members of his community in Las Piñitas, Dominican Republic. He was born and raised here, neighboring the largest foreign direct investment project the country has ever seen – the Pueblo Viejo gold mine. Pueblo Viejo, owned by Canadian companies Barrick Gold Corporation (60 percent)... Read more

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