Wilmar, la plus grande société mondiale d’huile de palme, installe actuellement une gigantesque plantation sur des terrains forestiers qui ont été offerts de façon illégale à l’ancien président du Nigeria, Olusegun Obasanjo. La communauté locale veut récupérer ces terres.
Selon Mariam Sow, « L’accaparement des terres concerne 1/3 des surfaces cultivables du Sénégal ! » Emission sur RFI.
Wilmar, the world's largest palm oil processor, is building a massive plantation on forest lands illegally gifted to Nigeria's former president, Olusegun Obasanjo. The local community wants these lands back.
Film chronicles the experiences of communities in PNG--giving a voice to those who are losing their land and natural resources to illegal logging operations and palm oil companies.
Wilmar says it will ensure that its own plantations and companies from which it sources only provide products that are “free from links to deforestation or abuse of human rights and local communities”.
Labour bill aims to make it more difficult for foreign investors to purchase rural land
The Japan investor has secured 40,000 hectares of land for commercial cotton farming in Handeni District where it will open a cotton farm and a processing plant.
Government plans to reform Ethiopia’s agriculture failed to consider the country’s peasant culture, subsistence farming and basic needs, letting the corporations take the most fertile land from peasant farmers.
O Prosavana é uma má experiência importada do Brasil, um exemplo perfeito de abordagem do topo para a base, um processo iniciado e conduzido apenas ao mais alto nível
BNDES will open its first Africa office as it looks to finance the expansion of Brazilian companies across the continent
Over sixty parliamentarians from Central Africa met in Malabo, the capital of Equatorial Guinea, to discuss how to promote sustainable agricultural investment.
A Brazilian indigenous leader who spent decades campaigning for his tribe’s right to live on their ancestral land was murdered on Sunday night