Biodiverse, ecological agriculture in the hands of women is a solution not just to the malnutrition crisis, but also the climate crisis. Continue reading
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- Women and Poverty: Labor Issues in Thailand, Education in Senegal, and Dr. Vandana Shiva on GlobalizationSeptember 5, 2003 | NOW
A special report examining how global corporations may be riding high by shortchanging the world’s women. After two decades of the unprecedented opening of world markets, some women have been beneficiaries of globalization — but many more are its losers. Today, most of the world’s poor are women – and most of the world’s women are poor. Continue reading
- The Earth Debate: A Special Roundtable From the UN Summit on Sustainable Development in JohannesburgAugust 30, 2002 | NOW
Panelists discuss the state of the Earth, including population, poverty, hunger, health, energy, water and genetic diversity. Continue reading