A hazy Cambodian government land zoning and titling initiative known as Sub-Decree 30 has made life problemativ for indigenous community
It is proposed in Uzbekistan to develop a draft law “On pastures” in a new edition and the procedure for granting pasture land plots for rent.
Authorities have apparently confiscated vast swathes of land from the unpopular brother of Kazakhstan’s first president, with the ruling Amanat party keen to take the credit as parliamentary elections loom.
The article tells how the farmers in Chinyika, Gutu District, heavily affected by droughts, came up with a way to improve soil fertility by herding together their cattle. The collective action to address a problem that affects them all stands out in this story.
Excessive use of chemical fertilizers is causing soil health degradation in Bangladesh, putting the country’s food security at risk
Sri Lanka’s agriculture authorities are planning to grab 14,000 acres of paddy
Mientras las tierras malhabidas siguen impunes, las pequeñas familias productoras pierden sus territorios, según estudios. Caaguazú perdió 16.214 hectáreas y Canindeyú 30.000 hectáreas.
Nearly 70% of the areas which are open natural ecosystems in India overlap with those which the government calls wastelands.
Agriculture development needs a new turn, to secure national sovereignty and reduce dependency on food imports.
Farmers, civil society and faith leaders of the Alliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa recognise the double rebranding of the Green Revolution as an admission of failure, a cynical distraction, and reject the new strategy offered by the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA).
The supreme Court asked landowners to restitute the land they bought to the State.
The vice president of The Gambia has urged lands minister to put an embargo on foreign real estate development in The Gambia, saying if all the land is sold, the next generation will be deprived of shelter.