Land Grabbing and the Food Crisis

Patricia Kisare writes about land grabbing for Third Way Cafe:

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Once investors acquire land, those tracts are no longer available for use by small scale farmers, indigenous peoples, fisherfolk and nomads, seriously jeopardizing their rights to food and livelihood. Water resources are also captured, resulting in the de facto privatization of water.

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