Saturday, October 21, 2017

The drugs trade

The problem of the drugs trade has taken centre stage in Latin America.

Land occupations

perfectly illustrate the themes we explored in our last newsletter: who controls the natural resources and how this is being contested;

Land in Latin America

Land is an issue that underlies almost every aspect of life in Latin America.
As Barack Obama flies to Cartagena in Colombia this week to attend the Summit of Americas, LAB has produced a special issue of the newsletter focussed on relations between Latin America and the United States.

GM crops in Latin America

Soya, a plant that was virtually unknown throughout the world (outside China) until the 1940s, has transformed farming in Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay and Bolivia.
In this newsletter, the second in our series on women, we have commissioned two articles looking specifically at the female presidents of two leading countries in the region: Cristina Fernández in Argentina and Dilma Rousseff in Brazil.

Carbon credits

This week we are focusing on the way carbon credits are being used in Latin America. Along with many of our partners, we are deeply concerned at the way the system is being abused.
To mark International Women's Day, our newsletters for the next two weeks focus on some of the most pressing issues confronting women in Latin America.

Stay in touch

2,880FansLike
1,616FollowersFollow
58SubscribersSubscribe