Topic: Agriculture

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Climate-Smart Agriculture in Vanuatu: Learning to Grow

It’s been dry in Isavai on the island of Aniwa for last couple of years – ever since Tropical Cyclone Pam tore through Vanuatu in March 2015, leavin...   [ continue reading...]

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This Is What Patriarchy Looks Like

(AP Photo/Brynn Anderson) Roy Moore waits to speak at a news conference on November 16, 2017, in Birmingham, Alabama. There’s an alleged as...   [ continue reading...]

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The U.S. Navy Is Poisoning Local Water Supplies Across the Nation With Toxic Chemicals

In hundreds of towns across America, citizens are becoming collateral damage. Washington State's Whidbey Island already has problems with inadequate water...   [ continue reading...]

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Letter from the Crimean border

In southern Ukraine, Crimean Tatars from displacements past and present are building a life for themselves....   [ continue reading...]

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12 Therapeutic House Plants That Can Boost Your Physical Health, Emotional Well-Being—and Even Your Brain Power

The healing power of plants is real. A growing body of research proves that simply being around nature can improve human health and happiness. A month-lon...   [ continue reading...]

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Robert Mugabe and the Poisonous Legacy of British Colonialism

James North Britain left behind two evil legacies when Zimbabwe gained independence: the harsh lesson that violence works, and a grotesquely unequal distributi...   [ continue reading...]

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‘Jan Gan Man Ki Baat’ Episode 153: Dynastic Politics in India and Workers’ Protests

Vinod Dua discusses dynastic politics across parties in India and protests by workers and farmers against the Modi government. The post ‘Jan Gan Man Ki B...   [ continue reading...]

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First Nations occupy fish farms in British Columbia to force government action

by Brandon Jordan Frustrated by a decline in wild salmon and threats to native livelihoods, First Nations people have been occupying British Columbia fish farms...   [ continue reading...]

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The rabbit hunt

In parts of the Florida Everglades, there's a tradition that dates back to the early 20th century in which young men – and now young women – use not...   [ continue reading...]

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How Long Can India’s Farmers Subsidise the Nation?

The farmers have done their job. The nation has failed to deliver them a decent income in return. The post How Long Can India’s Farmers Subsidise the Nati...   [ continue reading...]

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US Military No Longer Cool With Narcotics Labs in Afghanistan, Bombs Them

An Afghan policeman decorates himself with opium plants as he destroys the crop, on a farm on March 14, 2013, in Babaji village-Helmand Province, southeast Afgh...   [ continue reading...]

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Sweet promise

Narendra Modi’s promise of a sweet revolution and a blue revolution to enhance the incomes of farmers and fishermen in Gujarat is an unconvincing chimera,...   [ continue reading...]

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Life All Around: The Joys and Challenges of Small Farming with Bill Parke & Blackview Farm

Bill Parke of Blackview Farm, a pasture-based livestock farm that uses rotational grazing and Holistic Management practices, was nice enough to sit down wi...   [ continue reading...]

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The world through a village

Melanmai Ponnusamy, one of the most authentic literary voices of the countryside, passed away on October 30. Living in his isolated village in Virudhunagar dist...   [ continue reading...]

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Two of the Biggest Threats to the Stability of the World Economy Are Hiding in Plain Sight

It's time for members and citizens to resist the Big Tech agenda. In the early 1990s, transnational corporations (TNCs) in the agriculture, services, phar...   [ continue reading...]

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For Intelligent and Sensitive Turkeys, Thanksgiving Is Nothing to Cluck About

Click here for reuse options! The suffering these birds endure is considered standard by the industrial agriculture...   [ continue reading...]

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Second Woman Accuses Al Franken of Sexual Misconduct

Thirty-three-year-old Lindsey Menz claims the Minnesota senator groped her at a state fair. A second woman has come forward to accuse Sen. Al Franken of i...   [ continue reading...]

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Agriculture and climate change: Is farming really a moveable feast?

There is a notion afoot that our agricultural production can simply migrate toward the poles in the face of climate change as areas in lower latitudes overheat...   [ continue reading...]

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E-Commerce and the WTO

In the early 1990s, transnational corporations (TNCs) in the agriculture, services, pharmaceuticals, and manufacturing sectors each got agreements as part of th...   [ continue reading...]

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Now That Colin Kaepernick Is GQ’s Citizen of the Year, It’s Time the World to Knows He's Become a Vegan

Kaepernick's fight against oppression isn't limited to humans. Last week GQ announced Colin Kaepernick as its Citizen of the Year with the...   [ continue reading...]

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