In hardly any other area are the contradictions of capitalism as evident as in agriculture and nutrition. Our food is a commodity, the contents of which are as little understood as the social and environmental conditions under which it is produced. Biodiversity, fertile soils and water resources are becoming increasingly scarce. Corporate power in Germany exerts price pressure on agricultural producers. In the Global South, farmers are are having their land and seed control expropriated. Agricultural workers across the global supply chains are being exploited.
Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung, Brot für die Welt, FIAN Deutschland, Forum Umwelt und Entwicklung und INKOTA-netzwerk
BIBA, BFTW, FIAN Germany, FED, INKOTA,PELUM Zambia, Tabio and TOAM
Nokutula Mhene and Jan Urhahn
Nadja Dorschner, Nokutula Mhene, Jan Urhahn
Michel Brandt und Benjamin Luig
Nadia Dorschner, Nokutula Mhene, Jan Urhahn
Carmen Louw, Kim Naser, Colette Solomon