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    Agro-fooling ourselves

    Oscar Reyes
    01 October 2007
    Article
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    Environmental Justice News

    aleksej
    25 January 2007
    Article

    Environmental Justice News

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    'Need for a new social alliance'

    Susan George
    04 June 2008
    Article

    The market ideology works to separate people on a competition basis, and our task is to bring people together and build alliances to defend their interests, says Susan George.

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    Fellows meeting 2008

    19 June 2008
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    Destroying African agriculture

    Walden Bello
    04 June 2008
    Article
    Biofuel production did not create, but only exacerbated the global food crisis that had been building up for years, as policies promoted by the World Bank, IMF, and WTO encouraged the conversion of economies that are largely food-self-sufficient into chronic food importers.
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    Landgrabs, conflict and the agro-industrial complex

    Jun Borras
    22 June 2011
    Multi-media

    The latest research on landgrabbing exposes the myth of 'reserve agricultural land' and highlights the new economic players  behind the latest wave of dispossession across the South.

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    Fuelling the debate

    01 February 2008
    In the media
  8. Agrofuel Crops

    • Jennifer Franco, Lucia Goldfarb, David Fig, Luisa Mendonca, Les Levidow, Mireille Hoenicke
    06 April 2010
    Report

    In recent years, there has been renewed interest in developing agrofuels on a large scale as an alternative to fossil fuel. EU biofuels policy, in particular, assumes that the environmental impacts associated with agrofuels production will be largely beneficial. This study questions such optimistic assumptions.

  9. Agrofuels update

    Helena Paul, Econexus
    25 October 2013
    Article

    EU agrofuels policy is having serious impacts on biodiversity, food provision and the livelihoods and food sovereignty of local communities in the global South and in the EU itself, as well as on climate change. Yet we seem locked into it because of lobbying by industry coupled with EU government collusion, delay and confusion.

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    Philippines: Dealing with the oil crisis

    Walden Bello
    24 June 2008
    Article
  11. SOTU: Parsing Obama's 'Clean Energy' Promises

    03 February 2011
    Article

    Is there such a thing as clean coal, gas and nuclear power? What is the actual meaning of clean energy as mentioned by Obama in his State of the Union speech? And will it have any effect on climate change? 

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    Agrofuels - Another Scramble for Africa?

    Trusha Reddy
    20 September 2007
    Article
    Just as we begin to come to terms with the colonially-sponsored corporate conquest of our oil resources, along comes a new wave of ‘green’ companies turning fertile African lands to Northern ‘gold’.
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    Report of Global Agrofuels workshop

    01 October 2009
    Article

    TNI with the Uniao Nacional de Camponeses (UNAC) of Mozambique organised a workshop on agrofuels in Mozambique in August/September 2009.

  14. Obama's dirty energy fixation

    Daphne Wysham
    28 April 2011
    Article

    Despite the clear alarm bells sounded by Fukushima and the BP Gulf oilspill, Obama has yet to change either his energy policies or strategy.

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    The politics of climate change

    Larry Lohmann
    26 September 2008
    Article

    Climate change is a social issue and it will always be connected with concrete, specific struggles over fossil fuel exploitation, pollution, health, agriculture, livelihoods or access to energy.

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    Sugarcane ethanol: a sweet solution for Europe's fuel addiction?

    Corporate Europe Observatory (CEO)
    08 September 2008
    Article

    Brazil's agribusiness is lobbying to make the case, but people and the environment are paying the price.

  17. Jun Borras

    Profile
    Fellow

    A TNI Fellow since 2008, Saturnino 'Jun' M Borras Jr. ranks among the top 1% of the world’s most cited researchers in his field, and is a recipient of a European Research Council Advanced Grant (2019-2024) for his research on land politics and five spheres of global social life (food, climate change, labour/migration, citizenship, and geopolitics). Jun has been deeply involved in rural social...

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    Biofuel targets are not the answer

    Jutta Kill
    01 March 2007
    Article
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    European trade policy and the food crisis in Africa

    Dot Keet
    12 May 2011
    Multi-media

    Dot Keet explains how IMF and World Bank policies have brought about the current food crisis in Africa, and why food sovereignty and local production are necessary to secure long term food security.

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    The green goldrush

    Oscar Reyes
    14 September 2008
    Article

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