Luis Hernández Navarro traces the playbook of anti-zapatista rhetoric to its partisan architects during the early days of the movement. It carries on much the same — utterly unfounded, and lacking in imagination.
“Deforestation, loss of biodiversity, clientelism and corruption are just some of the consequences of the implementation of Sembrando Vida, the federal government’s most ambitious environmental program, which seeks to reforest a million hectares of deteriorated lands throughout Mexico.”
López y Rivas retraces the paramilitarization before Acteal to ask of the 4T, “Is another State crime being prepared?”
Contrary to its stated objectives, Sembrando Vida tries to supplant campesino knowledge and organization in a bid to undermine autonomy.
By: Enrique Mendez and Arturo Sánchez Jiménez The National Fund for the Promotion of Tourism (Fonatur) started the Maya Train project in 2019 without having determined its social feasibility and without having a diagnosis that anticipates the possible effects and social risks that its construction and operation would cause, according to the Superior Auditor of […]