(EN) Civil Society organization at Rio to defend food

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A civil society organization from Haiti, the Mouvement Paysan Papaye says they are at the RIO +20 summit to defend food security, agro ecology and natural resources. Organization executive director Chavannes Jean Baptiste said they don’t have enough hope in the Rio +20 official summit because the governments are defending the interest of the capital and the interest of the cross national organizations.
Mr. Baptiste condemned the green economy as another way of extracting natural resources to destroy the planet.
He said his organization is at the summit to defend the position of the peasant farmer, he added that only food sovereignty can resolve the problem of global warming and climate change.  
He was speaking in an exclusive interview with Flamme da Afrique at the RIO +20 official summit in Rio de janeiro Brazil.

 

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