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Venezuela Produces 95% of the Rice it Consumes

Orinoco Tribune During an inspection of the planting of grains, and specifically of ​​rice, for the 2021 winter cycle, the Venezuelan President, Nicolás Maduro, reported that Venezuela produces more than 95% of the rice that reaches Venezuelan households. From the Gran Cacique Yare Agricultural Production Unit, in the state of Aragua, Faiez Kassen Castillo, vice … Continue reading

Leaked report of the IPCC reveals that the growth model of capitalism is unsustainable

MRonline Posted Aug 23, 2021 by Juan Bordera, Fernando Valladares, Antonio Turiel, Ferran Puig Vilar, Fernando Prieto, Tim HewlettOriginally published: CTXT (Contexto y Acción)(August 22, 2021 )Capitalism, Climate Change, Ecology, Environment, Media, Political EconomyGlobalCommentary, NewsFeatured, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) The second draft of the IPCC Group III report, focused on mitigation strategies, states that we must move away from the current capitalist … Continue reading

Venezuela’s Maduro wants to offer cryptocurrency-based loans to agricultural producers – Bitcoin News

  Maduro hinted at the possibility of giving loans in cryptocurrency to the agricultural industry in an announcement made in a cabinet meeting last Thursday. He stated the country would look for new ways to finance domestic agriculture and also stated these loans would feature low interest rates to benefit farmers. Elaborating to his ministers, … Continue reading

Agreement Between Venezuela and World Food Program Advances

On Monday, August 2, Venezuelan Foreign Affairs Minister Jorge Arreaza met the regional director of the World Food Program (WFP) for Latin America and the Caribbean, Lola Castro. The progress of the joint cooperation program between the Venezuelan government and the WFP was evaluated at the meeting. The government of Venezuela and the WFP had … Continue reading

UN warns hunger is expected to rise in 23 global hotspots

NewsInAsia United Nations, August 1 (AP) — Hunger is expected to rise in 23 global hotspots in the next three months with the highest alerts for “catastrophic” situations in Ethiopia’s embattled Tigray region, southern Madagascar, Yemen, South Sudan and northern Nigeria, two U.N. agencies warned Friday. The Food and Agriculture Organization and World Food Program … Continue reading

Here is why we are boycotting the UN Food Systems Summit

  Aljazeera Social movements and scientists are staying out of the UN summit because it represents big agribusiness interests. Elizabeth Mpofu Small-scale organic peasant farmer from Zimbabwe Elizabeth Mpofu is a small-scale organic peasant farmer from Zimbabwe. She is a member of the International Coordination Committee of La Via Campesina, a global network of peasant … Continue reading

Urgent: Food sovereignty delegation to Venezuela – witness effects of sanctions and responses on the ground in the context of the 2021 Venezuela regional elections November 17-27, 2021

  What’s going on right now in Venezuela? Come see for yourself how Venezuelans are coping with US economic sanctions designed to cause a social implosion. The international press does not mention the different attacks on the Venezuelan people carried out by Colombian mercenaries sponsored by the United States government, come and learn about the … Continue reading

Soil ecology and capitalism agriculture: Fred Magdoff interviewed by Farooque Chowdhury

Monthly Review Ecological and social conditions are mostly ignored in a system in which profit is the goal: Fred Magdoff discusses capitalist agriculture Fred Magdoff, Professor Emeritus, University of Vermont, Plant and Soil Science, in an interview conducted by Farooque Chowdhury in June 2021, discusses aspects of capitalist agriculture, and politics with the agriculture system. The interview … Continue reading

82% of the food consumed by the country is of national production

Carlos Eduardo Sanchez   The President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, reported this Wednesday that 82% of the food consumed in the country is of national productio “We can say that 82% of the food that you get on the street is produced with Venezuelan hands. An achievement in the middle of … Continue reading

URGENT WEBINAR TODAY WEDNESDAY 19th: – How the US Sanctions Starves Nations!

URGENT WEBINAR THIS WEDNESDAY 19th: – How the US Santions Starves Nations! Alex Saab, Cape Verde, CLAP, diplomatic immunity, ECOWAS, Extradition, Femi Falana, Interpol, red code, US santions, webinar Caracas, May 16 (OrinocoTribune.com)— Alex Saab has been illegally held by Cape Verdean authorities in jail and most recently in a strange house arrest due to his capacity to bypass US and European illegal sanctions against the … Continue reading

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