December 2022 Newsletter
The Forgotten Victims of Hurricane Ian
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: The Inflation Reduction Act’s Effects on US Agriculture
The Inflation Reduction Act is certainly an important piece of legislation, with many far-reaching impacts on the US food and agriculture sector. Not all of these impacts are good, however, and some are downright ugly.
Feeding the World – A Corporate Con
“Planting commodity crops on CRP acres will not feed the world, but it will cause even more adverse climate impacts. Producers should not be forced into raising commodities but should be allowed to provide the food their communities want. Meanwhile, food-insecure communities here and around the world should be given the support they need and deserve.”
Recognizing Rights of Women, Girls and LGBTQI+ at the UN
To achieve a fair and equal society, we must center the alternative model of consumption and production that ensures the rights of women and LGBTQI+ people, recognize their central role and its founding on agroecology and the food sovereignty paradigm.