“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.”
Contrary to its stated objectives, Sembrando Vida tries to supplant campesino knowledge and organization in a bid to undermine autonomy.
Organizations of the Caravan of Solidarity and Documentation denounce the multifaceted counterinsurgency strategy of the 4T in Nuevo San Gregorio.
Heber Uc describes the many modes by which Sembrando Vida operates to disrupt the fabric of Mayan life on the Yucatán peninsula.
CECCAM director Ana de Ita takes a community-eye view of the AMLO’s star program for reducing poverty in the country.