As agricultural communities across South America struggle to deal with the impacts of climate change on water resources, a cycling food activist provides some tales of inspiration from her journeys through the region.
At the end of May 2015 the Democracy Center and women from the María Auxiliadora community in the Zona Sur of Cochabamba, Bolivia, organized a photo exhibition and speaking event under the title Sembrando Dignidad Ante el Patriarcado y el Cambio Climático – Sowing Dignity in the face of Patriarchy and Climate Change.
How the search for shale gas is exposing cracks in Denmark’s showcase democracy.
Thomas Mc Donagh examines the RAN-headed campaign that has seen Bank of America do a u-turn on coal financing.
Climate Change is About…Women: What we learned about resilience in the women-led community of María Auxiliadora
The same patterns of corporate privilege and abuse witnessed in Cochabamba in 2000 persist today.
Reflections on the Water War to aid our current fight against TTIP and TPP.
Aldo Orellana on the Water War’s legacy in Bolivia fifteen years on.
This translated article from the Bolivian press sheds light on the current situation vis a vis fracking in Bolivia and Argentina.
What could Cochabamba in 2000 tell us about Ireland’s present battle over water privatization?