Topic: Agriculture

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Green Jobs in a Sustainable Farming Economy post-Brexit

Many sustainable farming practices offer an alternative, bringing increased opportunities for knowledge sharing, co-working and often a greater level of appreci...   [ continue reading...]

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What U.S. Poultry Producers Do Not Want You to Know about Bird Flu

A bird flu outbreak exposes the unethical and deceptive practices of poultry producers. Once again, bird flu is back in the U.S. From 2014 through mid-201...   [ continue reading...]

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Bengal residents resist hazardous power grid amid repression

In January, police in Bhangar, West Bengal, shot two people dead as residents of the village protested a dangerous...   [ continue reading...]

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Threat to water a threat to life and peace

The global water crisis is rooted in the privatisation of water resources in countries in both the global North and South.Mohamed HemishSaturday, March 25,...   [ continue reading...]

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The fight against Adani steps up a notch 

Wangan and Jagalingou people protest in Brisbane in 2015 against the proposed Adani coalmine in the Galilee Basin.Pip HinmanSaturday, March 25, 2017The federal...   [ continue reading...]

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Australia’s ‘gas shortage’ is a fiction

The Gladstone LNG port in Queensland.Ben CourticeSaturday, March 25, 2017According to the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO), electricity supply will be t...   [ continue reading...]

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‘Don’t elect a right-wing banker!’ 

Like Brazil’s Michel Temer (left) and Argentina’s Mauricio Macri (right), Ecuador's Guillermo Lasso (centre) is a protege of Washington. Saturday, M...   [ continue reading...]

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The saint of Dry Creek

Growing up in rural Washington State during the 1950s, Patrick Haggerty tried to hide the fact that he was gay from his family and from himself....   [ continue reading...]

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What Caused the Holodomor?

Three weeks ago, Grover Furr charged me with spreading fascist propaganda on CounterPunch because my film review of “Bitter Harvest” held Josef Stal...   [ continue reading...]

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Farmer’s Notebook: Native Cows Could Help Prevent Farmer Suicides

Owning a desi cow breed could enable farmers to cut most agriculture costs and also earn money from cow-based products, saving them from debt. The post Farmer&r...   [ continue reading...]

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New Recipe for School Meals Programmes in Latin America

Sunita Daniel remembers what the school lunch programmes were like in her Caribbean island nation, Saint Lucía, until a couple of years ago: meals made o...   [ continue reading...]

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Monsanto in India: The Sacred and the Profane

Foreign capital is dictating the prevailing development agenda in India. There is a deliberate strategy to make agriculture financially non-viable for India&rsq...   [ continue reading...]

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Fearful and forgotten. For some in Colombia, the story of war continues.

First the journalists leave, then the doctors, followed by the aid. After a fortnight or so, the army leave. And t...   [ continue reading...]

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Selling Dog and Cat Meat Is Still Legal in Most of U.S.—but a Federal Ban Could Soon Be in Place

Click here for reuse options! Forty-four states have no law standing between the family dog and the dinner plate....   [ continue reading...]

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6 Charts That Illustrate the Divide Between Rural and Urban America

A tale of two countries, with data. Editor’s note: We’ve all heard of the great divide between life in rural and urban America. But what are t...   [ continue reading...]

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The Strange Blissfulness of Storms - Issue 46: Balance

I felt pretty sure something was wrong when the deer began running toward me. I knew something was wrong when a pine branch flew by my head. The air went d...   [ continue reading...]

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Investing in Zimbabwe’s Smallholder Farmers

To take his mangoes to Shurugwi, 230 kms south of Harare, requires Edward Madzokere to hire a cart and wake up at dawn. The fruit farmer sells his produce at th...   [ continue reading...]

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Why Brazil’s rotten meat scandal is a big problem — and not just for Brazilians

Food scandals like this happen more often than you think and may affect you more than you know — even if you don’t live in Brazil.Have you heard abo...   [ continue reading...]

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5 Questions the Senate Should Ask Trump's Pick for USDA Chief

It has been a long time coming: first a drawn-out and chaotic search process, then a leisurely seven-week delay. On Thursday morning, President Donald Trump's...   [ continue reading...]

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Sanitation ‘Revolution': A New Pay-Monthly Poop Removal System

Developing countries struggling to cope with huge volumes of human waste may finally get some relief, and a new business opportunity. A new Consortium of Intern...   [ continue reading...]

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