Planting Trees To Challenge Israeli Occupation

By Zeina Fakhriddin

Ever since the creation of an Israeli state in 1948, Palestine has been a victim of an ongoing process of colonization with discriminatory policies and laws that facilitate the exploitation of indigenous Palestinian communities and their natural …

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The Seed Exchange at Nabon, Ecuador

On the 6th of August, more than 2,000 peasants gathered at Nabón, Ecuador to firmly say no to transgenic crops and seeds. It was the occasion of the 15th Seeds and Ancestral Knowledge Exchange organized by the “Autonomous Government of …


Threatened landscapes unite rural and urban communities

Written by Pia Kieninger , Marianne Penker

In the past 50 years, about a quarter of Japan’s cultivated land has been lost, threatening food production, cultural landscapes and biodiversity. One of Japan’s most valued cultural landscapes includes rice terraces. In

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