News & Views Winter 2012-13 - The FAO’s The State of Food and Agriculture 2012 Report
The world’s 1 billion smallholder farmers from low and middle-income countries—not governments or corporations—are the biggest investors in agriculture. Even though most of these producers are poor and invest an average of only $150 per year, they still invest four times more than governments and 50 times more than industry. Their $170 billion per year investments feed over half the world.
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Historic summit of food justice organizations held in Oakland, CA and
UC Berkeley launches first ever Food Labor Research Center.
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