Land grabbing destroys unique landscape in Romania

A Swiss meat company has purchased, or otherwise claimed, large portions of arable land in the Hârtibaciu Valley in Romania. Photo: Martin Wallmen.

Of: Lisa Busch

Land grabbing and international companies buying up land in Romania are destroying one of the places in the world with the greatest biodiversity and creating problems for the people in the countryside. This is the opinion of biologist Joe England and landscape architect Viktoria Luft, who works to promote sustainable agriculture and small-scale agriculture in the country.

November 16, 2021, Interview

Week 42: Climate tariffs, alarmism and the link between the climate crisis and racism

Should we stop spreading the image that it is too late to save the climate or should we take climate anxiety even more seriously? It is one of the topics that has been discussed in last week's debate articles.

Of: Agnes Von Unge and Lisa Busch

Next week, the UN climate summit will take place in Glasgow. This gives reason for debaters in Sweden to discuss what the world needs to make a climate change.

October 25, 2021, Current debate