Recommended Reading

19th November 2019

A Just(ice) Transition is a Post-Extractive Transition

‘A Just Transition is a Post-extractive Transition’ (2019), released by climate justice organisations War on Want and London Mining Network, supported by the Yes to Life, No to Mining Network, exposes… Read More

19th November 2018

[email protected] on Earth: How digital technology is disconnecting us from ourselves, each other and our living planet

[email protected] on Earth?! (2018) argues that digital technology is disconnecting us from ourselves, each other and our living planet – at a time when re-engaging with the Earth is more urgent than… Read More

8th January 2018

For whom? Questioning the food and farming research agenda

For whom? Questioning the food and farming research agenda’ is the latest report from the Food Ethics Council.  This collection of articles addresses key questions about how the research agenda… Read More

16th October 2017

Struggles of La Via Campesina for Agrarian Reform and the Defense of Life, Land and Territories

On 16th October 2017, the International Day of Action for Peoples’ Food Sovereignty and against Transnational corporations, La Via Campesina officially launches its new publication “Struggles of La Via Campesina… Read More

26th September 2017

Think like a Commoner, by David Bollier

In our age of predatory markets and make-believe democracy, our troubled political institutions have lost sight of real people and practical realities. But if you look to the edges, ordinary… Read More

21st July 2017

La Via Campesina – Peasants Fighting for Justice

La Via Campesina is a global movement, emerging from the realities of peasant communities of the world. Year after year and all around the world, peasants have been undermined by… Read More

13th July 2017

Defenders of the Earth by Global Witness

At least four people are killed every week while protecting land, water and life. Find out how, why and who’s behind the killings of Earth’s defenders. It has never been… Read More

21st February 2017

Agroecology: The Bold Future of Farming in Africa by the Alliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa

The Alliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa (AFSA) is a broad alliance of different civil society actors that are part of the struggle for food sovereignty and agroecology in Africa…. Read More

21st January 2017

GRAIN: Grabbing the bull by the horns – it’s time to cut industrial meat and dairy to save the climate

GRAIN’s report Grabbing the Bull by the Horns challenges our global addiction to industrial meat and dairy, and highlights the true cost to people and plant. When we think of the… Read More

21st October 2016

Breaching environmental boundaries: UN report on resource limits, Rex Wyler, Greenpeace

As ecological limits are approached and violated, we need a new economic model that is not founded on the delusion of endless growth on a finite planet. The United Nations… Read More