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English Articles

The World Bank’s land program in the State of Piauí, Brazil, is a license for land grabbing International Statement
A PILLAR OF GROWTH OR A REGULARIZATION OF LAND GRABS? WORLD BANK FUNDED LAND TITLING IN PIAUÍ, BRAZIL
University of Iowa faculty demand TIAA accountability
U.S., Argentine investors tied to illegal land deals, deforestation in Brazil
As the Amazon Burns, Students Call on Harvard To Divest from Farmland Holdings
Divest Harvard Holds Protest About University’s Brazilian Land Ownership
Ribeirinha Community Conquers Collective Right to Land
Cerrado: U.S. investment spurs land theft, deforestation in Brazil, say experts
Social mobilization guarantees permanence of Gamela indigenous people in their territory in Piauí
Pension giant executive’s sky-high pay package angers clients and Brazilian land grab victims
Statement on Farmland Speculation for International Biodiversity Day 2020
Harvard's land grabs in Brazil are a disaster for communities and a warning to speculators
Quilombolas attacked under cover of coronavirus
TIAA’s Farmland Funds Linked to Fires, Conflicts and Legacy Deforestation Risks in Brazil
Environmental Defenders—Often Fighting Agribusiness—Are Being Violently Silenced Around the World
RURAL WOMEN AND GRASSROOTS FEMINISM
When Land Becomes a Global Financial Asset The MATOPIBA Case in Brazil
International Financial Capital and the Brazilian Land Market
Cerrado: U.S. investment spurs land theft, deforestation in Brazil, say experts
Brazil campaigners hail court decision canceling large land deal
International Financial Capital Targets Farmland in Brazil
Keeping Land Local: Briefing Papers on Land Struggles, No. 3
Land Struggles III: LRAN Briefing Paper Series
Impacts of expansion of sugarcane monocropping for ethanol production
Assumptions in the European Union biofuels policy: frictions with experiences in Germany, Brazil and Mozambique
Agrofuels, food sovereignty, and the contemporary food
IT'S TIME TO OUTLAW LAND GRABBING, NOT TO MAKE IT "RESPONSIBLE"!
Will sugar be the oil of the 21st century?
Monocropping for Agrofuels: The case of Brazil
The Myth of Biofuels
Sugarcane plantations destroy the Cerrado in Brazil