The State of Land in Europe

14 April 2014

While the overall amount of agricultural land in Europe is shrinking, it is also becoming increasingly concentrated in a few large landholdings and in the hands of relatively few big private business entities.

April 2014

Recent publications from Agrarian Justice

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Five Sites of Struggle and potential Transformation

Across the United States, communities are fighting to defend the resources they need to produce food. How is corporate control of the food system undermining the livelihoods of farmers, farmworkers, fisherpeople, communities of color, and indigenous peoples in the US. Find in this brief numerous examples of community-based resistance, grassroots solidarity, and broad-based alliances that are resisting the corporate takeover of land and resources.

Women Agricultural Workers

While access to waged agricultural work can bring about benefits to women, this paper aims to shed light on the discriminatory working conditions women agricultural workers endure in industries where women have traditionally constituted a significant share of the workforce.

The Politics of Flexing Soybeans in China and Brazil

The trajectories of soy developments in Brazil and China are related despite moving largely in opposite directions.

The Politics of Sugarcane flexing in Brazil and beyond

Flex crops, spread over greater expanses of land, are increasingly interlinked through international exchange in food, feed and fuel. Brazilian exports of sugarcane ethanol to the US are in part influenced by the domestic US production of maize ethanol, which in turn is shaped by the price of feed and the soybean supply.