January 10, 2011 by Kate Savage
“As corrupt corporations and politicians shift wealthy nations to greater ethanol and biodiesel use, the US government believes that harvests … Continue reading
Category: economics, environment, Violence
| Tags: African palm, biodiesel, campesinos, carbon trading, colonialism, eviction, food sovereignty, Guatemala, imperialism, indigenous, land reform, militarization, Miralvalle, neo-colonialism, new carbon economy, Q'eqchi, resistance, solidarity, war on drugs
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