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12 March 2018
Ayabonga Cawe: Opponents deploy a straw man argument against expropriation
There are those who have scared people away from correcting a historical injustice, rather than seeing this as an opportunity
Norway’s $1.3trn wealth fund blacklisted companies for ethical misconduct - including Sasol, Glencore - http://BizNews.com https://www.biznews.com/briefs/2021/02/25/norway-sasol-glencore#.YDsyvhyYvRM.twitter via @biznewsCOM
"Hunger is largely due to poverty and inequality, not scarcity. The decades-long “green revolution” push for industrial agriculture in India has left a harsh legacy of harm for both the ecosystem and smallholder farmers" @USRightToKnow https://usrtk.org/our-investigations/gates-foundations-plans-to-remake-food-systems-will-hurt-the-climate/
The open access version:
Losing practices, relationships and agency: ecological deskilling as a consequence of the uptake of modern seed varieties among South African Smallholders https://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/F3EMVNPCX3BFUQKM2ZRT/full?target=10.1080%2F21683565.2021.1888841#.YDi0y76Szyw.twitter