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Planting a future/Sembrando un futuro: The agroecological alternatives of the Nuu Saavi people to desertification in the Mixteca Alta

This new video, produced by several organizations, including the Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns, explains the work of CEDICAM, indigenous farmers in Mexico who are adapting their methods to the effects of climate change.

22 minutes.

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CEDICAM

 

 

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