Michael Happ
This report examines 2022 EQIP spending and finds that a sizable chunk of EQIP dollars in the Midwest are spent on expensive practices that are not resilient and may in fact make the climate crisis worse.
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A corporate cartel fertilizes food inflation
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A corporate cartel fertilizes food inflation
As the world grappled with a severe food crisis and farmers saw costs rise, the world’s largest fertiliser firms ramped up their margins and more than tripled their profits from two years ago.
A corporate cartel fertilizes food inflation
Timothy Wise
Since the beginning of NAFTA in 1994, Mexico has experienced a dramatic deterioration in its ability to grow its own food. U.S. agricultural dumping of cheap exports has contributed to Mexico’s loss of food self-sufficiency.
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Karen Hansen-Kuhn
Over the past year, IATP has invited allies from the Global South and North to share their experiences with agroecology in a series of case studies. They demonstrate innovative approaches that enhance the food system, grounded in food sovereignty. In this paper we offer excerpts from those case studies that highlight the importance of integrated solutions.
Sthandiwe and Wilson Dlamini Maphumulo in front of their garden in South Africa.
Erin McKee VanSlooten
Nora Shields-Cutler
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Sophia Murphy
In early March, the government of Qatar played host to the 5th United Nations Conference for Least Developed Countries (LDCs).
LDC5 Conference