Don’t overlook Malawi! In Seedling Magazine, a recent article about this tiny east African country that faces big battles ahead with how it feeds its people, and whether it can forestall the pressures of “Green Revolution” style assistance from the international community. At stake a nation, how it can reliably feed itself, and to do so, without undermining its food sovereignty, and its fragile environmental underpinnings. Are proposed high tech solutions with required dependency upon high cost farm chemical inputs, and GM hybrid seed technologies, the right agricultural approach for poorer nations? Who gets to decide?
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