Grabbing Power The New Struggles for Land, Food and Democracy in Northern Honduras

ISBN-10: 0935028439

ISBN-13: 9780935028430

Edition: 2013

Authors: Tanya M. Kerssen

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List price: $14.99
Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: Institute for Food & Development Policy/Food First Books
Publication date: 2/12/2013
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 188
Size: 5.00" wide x 8.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.440
Language: English

Map of Honduras
From Bananas to Palm Oil
The Agu�n Valley: Land for the People
The Decline of Agriculture and the Rise of the Maquila
Grabbing Land and Power: The New Agro-Oligarchs
Militarization and the War on Drugs: Security for Whom?
The War on Peasants
Palm Oil and the Corporate Food Regime
The Making of a "Food-Like Substance"
Subsidizing Corporate Expansion
Free Trade and Fast Food
Greening the Regime, Part 1: Fueling the "Green" Economy
Greening the Regime, Part 2: Ecotourism or Eco-colonialism?
The New Agu�n Movements: Land, Resistance and Food Sovereignty
The New Cycle of Struggle: A Sketch of Two Agu�n Movements
Resisting Fragmentation, Constructing Unity
Peasant-Controlled Palm Oil: The Case of Salam�
From Palm Oil to Food Sovereignty
Appendix: Declaration of the International Human Rights Observatory of Agu�n
Stay Informed & Get Involved
Women Maquila Workers Resist
Hurricane Mitch: Disaster Capitalism and Grassroots Alternatives
The Oleochemicals Industry
USAFD's "Feed the Future" Initiative
The Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (by Annie Shattuck)
Honduras' Charter City: An Assault on Sovereignty
History of Land Deals at Former CREM Site
The FNRP: Roots and Evolution of a Social Movement (by Tyler Shipley)
Plantation Workers Speak Out
North-South Solidarity and Activist Research
Palm OH Imports
Installed Capacity to Produce Biodiesel
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