African Insider – Jun 13, 2021
At no point in recent history have calls for Africa to industrialize been stronger than they have been lately. Across the continent, industrialization is arguably the most talked about subject among policymakers.
Industrialization has been a campaign promise across the African continent, with its acknowledged ability to bring prosperity, new jobs and better incomes for all. Yet the continent is less industrialized today than it was four decades ago.
- Africa’s Industrious Revolution & The Atlantic Empires: The Prior Plantations & the Origins & Functioning of the Atlantic System
- Some Troubling Chapters in The Political Ecology & History of West African Agriculture
- Green Revolution Causing Africa’s Land Use Problem
- “No Soil. No Growing Seasons. Just Add Water and Technology:” The Recent Evolution & Tragic Trajectory of the World Food System
- Jeffrey Sachs’ speech at the UN Food Systems Pre-Summit (full speech)
- The Agribusiness Alliance for a Green Revolution Failed Africa – Tim Wise (GDAE-Tufts University & IATP)
- Reversing the AGRA “meta-narrative” about Africa and the ‘Green Revolution’ – A conversation…
- Failing Africa’s Farmers: An Impact Assessment of the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa, Timothy A. Wise
- Beyond the ‘Green Revolution:’ The Current Paradigm Shift in Global Agricultural Science
- Soils, Agriculture, Carbon Sequestration and Human Survival
- The mistake of petro-intensive agriculture