Run for nature: The fight to save Africa’s forests

As the world concentrates on dealing with COVID-19 pandemic, multinational companies continue to evict communities from their land, tearing down their lives and their sovereignty to plant monocrops like oil palm and sugar cane in Africa, or GMO soy in South America.

Uhuru cracks the whip on Del Monte land row

Kenya's President has intervened in a land dispute between Murang’a residents and Del Monte Foods after being pressured by the US government as part of talks around the proposed free trade agreement.

‘In the plantations there is hunger and loneliness’: The cultural dimensions of food insecurity in Papua

A decade ago, the Indonesian government began to heavily promote large-scale plantation in southern Papua. An investigation recently published explored how some outside investors gained rights to the land and the fallout for the indigenous population. Children were suffering from malnutrition while agricultural commodities are exported from their ancestral land.