Who owns the planet’s resources? Land and water are two of a community’s most precious resources. However, the last few years have seen a growth in external interest and investment in these irreplaceable sources, thus threatening the environment and dependent populations. What is happening and what can we do?


This conference is organized under the project "Table for 9 Billion", with the contribution of the European Union as part of the project "Oltre Rio 20- www.seminailcambiamento.org" of Oxfam, Slow Food, CeSPI, Arcs; with the contribution of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.

Chaired by: Stefano Liberti, author of Land grabbing. Journeys in the New Colonialism

With:

María Luisa Albores González, Cooperativa Tosepan Titataniske, Mexico

Themba Chauke, Landless People Movement, South Africa

Timothé Feodoroff, Transnational Institute, The Netherlands

Eric Holt-Giménez,  director of Food First, USA

Ana Paula Tauacale, vice-president of UNAC National Union of Farmers, Mozambique