Environment, Food Security & Sustainable Agriculture

Mining Report Launch: Byen Konte, Mal Kalkile?
Miners Next Door: New Haiti Support Group Briefing Out Now!
Food and the Multinational Takeover: The Global Fight for Food Sovereignty
Neglected islanders resist plan for Haiti tourism revival
Haiti’s wealth of untapped mining resources must benefit the poor
Aid or Trade? The Nefarious Effects of U.S. Policies
Haitian Grassroots Groups Wary of “Attractive” Mining Law
Attaining Proper Food Security
Hunger Games: Food Policy Disaster Bites Hands that Feed
Haitian farmers call for ‘food sovereignty’
Petrocaribe’s Oil to the Poor: Chávez Legacy in Haiti and Latin America
Nervousness and Lack of Transparency Surround New Mining Permits
Phoenix Project… born again?
Subsidizing Starvation
Subsidizing Starvation
Report Urges US Lawmakers to Promote Agricultural Imports from Haiti
Resources & Mining: Haiti Awards Permits to Companies
More pressure needed to get clean water
USAID still falls short on Haitian agriculture
Haiti’s rising food insecurity risks social tension, says FAO
Already Desperate. Haitian Farmers Left Hopeless After Storm
Rescuing Haitian rice production – when will there be the political will?
FAO Seeks $74 million in Aid for Haitian Agriculture
Hurricane Sandy exposes Haiti’s agriculture and environment woes
Haiti Third in Global Hunger Index
Haiti’s Second Goudougoudou: The Global Food Crisis
Gold Rush in Haiti
Gold Rush in Haiti
Special Edition New Internationalist: Haiti Two Years On
Gold Rush in Haiti! – Who will get Rich?
Post-quake US Food Aid Hurt Haiti Farmers
Five Years for Drop of Water
Seeding Reconstruction or Destruction?
Climate Change Worry in Struggling Haiti
One year on – Haitian CSO ITECA speaks truth to power in UK parliament
Miami Rice: The Business of Disaster in Haiti
Co-operative Agrikol Bab, Montaca, San Marc
Uncoordinated and Unworkable Plan: Haiti Grassroots Watch Reports
Haïti-Etats-Unis/Agriculture – Formation de paysans
Oxfam Agronomist Wasley Demorne speaks at AGM
Sowing the seeds for a grassroots revival
“Stop the food Aid,” Préval tells Obama
Haiti’s Natural and Built Environment
No trees, no top-soil
The Agronomist Screening
Mourning Democracy in Haiti (HB5)
Mourning Democracy in Haiti (HB5)
7.02MB Before the September 1991 coup d'état, 1,500 sacks of charcoal per month were shipped from Jérémie on the western tip of Haiti's southern peninsular. Now, over two years later, that figure has risen to over 4,500. This simple statistic points...

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