Artículos de Soberanía Alimentaria

  • Protecting life in all its different forms

    Special podcast ahead of COP 15 on Biodiversity 
    url nota: https://rwr.fm/special-reports/protecting-life-in-all-its-different-forms/
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  • “The devil will actually be in the details”: UN climate change negotiations kick off

    The COP27 takes place 6-18 November 2022 in Egypt
    url nota: https://rwr.fm/special-reports/the-devil-will-actually-be-in-the-details-un-climate-change-negotiations-kick-off/
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  • Hunger crisis: UN Committee on World Food Security at a crossroads

    Will this week's negotiations bring more of the same proposals, or lead to structural changes that put people at the centre?
    url nota: https://rwr.fm/interviews/hunger-crisis-un-committee-on-world-food-security-cfs/
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  • Monoculture plantations destroying forests and communities across East Asia

    Shamila Araffin from SAM/Friends of the Earth Malaysia speaks to Real World Radio about the destructive nature of agrocommodities
    url nota: https://rwr.fm/interviews/monoculture-plantations-destroying-forests-and-communities-across-east-asia/
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  • Industrial monocultures in Honduras: conflict, landgrabbing and persecution of peasants and indigenous people

    url nota: https://rwr.fm/special-reports/industrial-monocultures-in-honduras-conflict-landgrabbing-and-persecution-of-peasants-and-indigenous-people/
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  • Plantations cannot feed Africa

    Rita Uwaka from ERA/Friends of the Earth Nigeria exposes the destruction wrought by agrocommodity companies in Africa
    url nota: https://rwr.fm/interviews/plantations-cannot-feed-africa/
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  • Communities in Asia united in the fight against coal

    Civil society organisations in Indonesia, Bangladesh and Japan are working together to halt the expansion of coal mining
    url nota: https://rwr.fm/interviews/communities-in-asia-united-in-the-fight-against-coal/
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  • Reviving indigenous agroecology in the Philippines: “Sulagad”

    url nota: https://rwr.fm/noticias/reviving-indigenous-agroecology-in-the-philippines-sulagad/
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  • Linking alternatives: building peasant agroecology in Togo

    url nota: https://rwr.fm/interviews/linking-alternatives-building-peasant-agroecology-in-togo/
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  • The road to agroecology in Sri Lanka

    How 'green” policies are not enough without a just economic and social transition
    url nota: https://rwr.fm/interviews/the-road-to-agroecology-in-sri-lanka/
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  • Colombia: An energy-hungry country, fed on coal

    Interview with Tatiana Rodríguez from CENSAT Agua Viva - Friends of the Earth Colombia
    url nota: https://rwr.fm/interviews/colombia-an-energy-hungry-country-fed-on-coal/
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  • Small-scale farming in the European Union: youth voices from the ground

    A podcast by Friends of the Earth Europe and Real World Radio
    url nota: https://rwr.fm/noticias/small-scale-farming-in-the-european-union-youth-voices-from-the-ground/
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  • Costa Rica: A greenwashed country

    Interview with Mariana Porras from COECOCeiba - Friends of the Earth Costa Rica
    url nota: https://rwr.fm/informes-especiales/costa-rica-a-greenwashed-country/
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  • A Toxic Alliance: How European agrochemical corporations and the agribusiness lobby are influencing the legislative agenda in Brazil

    Interview with Audrey Changoe, co-author of the report “Toxic Trading: The EU pesticide lobby’s offensive in Brazil”
    url nota: https://rwr.fm/interviews/a-toxic-alliance-how-european-agrochemical-corporations-and-the-agribusiness-lobby-are-influencing-the-legislative-agenda-in-brazil/
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  • El Salvador: a country with its doors open – to transnational corporations

    Interview with Walter Gómez of CESTA - Friends of the Earth El Salvador
    url nota: https://rwr.fm/noticias/el-salvador-a-country-with-its-doors-open-to-transnational-corporations/
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  • Transnationals in Mexico: depeasantization and Walmartization*

    Interview with Tania González from Otros Mundos Chiapas - Friends of the Earth Mexico
    url nota: https://rwr.fm/entrevistas/transnationals-in-mexico-depeasantization-and-walmartization/
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  • Silvia Ribeiro: “No one can live without food”

    Interview with Silvia Ribeiro on agriculture 4.0 and agri-food transnational corporations’ power in the podcast Feminist Rage
    url nota: https://rwr.fm/interviews/silvia-ribeiro-no-one-can-live-without-food/
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  • Women together in unison towards 8 March

    Activists from Friends of the Earth International share their feminist demands, proposals and wishes
    url nota: https://rwr.fm/testimonies/women-together-in-unison-towards-8-march/
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  • Food is a Right: feminist peasant organisation Anamuri submits proposal to Chile’s Constituent Assembly

    Proposal to include the Right to Food in the new Chilean Constitution gains massive support
    url nota: https://rwr.fm/other-articles/food-is-a-right-feminist-peasant-organisation-anamuri-submits-proposal-to-chiles-constituent-assembly/
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