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  • Thumb_land_reform_brazil TeleSur | 25 May 2016

    Brazil coup government to legalize foreign land grabbing

    The expected lifting of foreign land ownership will be a windfall for the timber, soy and sugar industries -- and a nightmare for campesinos.
  • Thumb_screen_shot_2016-05-25_at_3 | 25 May 2016

    ProSavana files

    A collection of official ProSavana files and reports from 2009 to 2016.
  • Thumb_sorong Asia Pacific Report | 25 May 2016

    West Papuans, activists protest against Sorong oil palm expansion

    As the indigenous people of Sorong, Nabire, Merauke and elsewhere in West Papua continue to resist oil palm expansion, there now appears to be some hope that the government is responding to President Joko Widodo’s call last month for a moratorium on all new permits.
  • Thumb_ecoenergy Citizen | 24 May 2016

    Tanzania: Project axed to save wildlife

    The Government has decided to shelf the Bagamoyo EcoEnergy sugar plantation project in order to safeguard Wami River from which the project would draw its water.
  • Thumb_gioia Radio Mundo Real | 23 May 2016

    How agribusiness acts in Europe

    Real World Radio interviewed Paula Gioia, member of Arbeitsgemeinschaft der bauerliche Landwirtschaft and the European Coordination of La Via Campesina during the International Conference on Agrarian Reform in Pará, Brazil.
  • Thumb_farmland-florida Growing Produce | 20 May 2016

    Florida farmland becoming big deal for institutional investors

    Real estate agent says with commodity prices down, institutional investors who had been investing in farmland in the Midwest are turning their attention to places like Florida, and sees upswing in investment from Latin America.

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