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Land grabs

GRAIN’s Land Grab Resource Page

This page pulls together some additional resource material


Global Land Grab
Foreign Policy in Focus
Governments and corporations looking to outsource food and energy more directly themselves are promoting a new wave of land acquisitions, also known as "land grabs."

Hungry for Land
Seed magazine
Growing food in foreign lands has a long history. But the 21st century version of outsourced agriculture presages something fundamentally new.

“Land Grabbing” by Foreign Investors in Developing Countries
By Joachim von Braun and Ruth Meinzen-Dick
International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)

Land Grabbing — country chart of government and private investments
International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)

Territorial Restructuring and the Grounding of Agrarian Reform: Indigenous Communities, Gold Mining and the World Bank
By Eric Holt-Giménez; Transnational Institute

Women and development: Biotechnology, hunger and land grabs
National Catholic Reporter

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