he power of the food industry is distributed among fewer and fewer companies. This corporate atlas provides an overview of the main players and their business strategies, the various forms of corporate power and those who oppose and criticize this position of power.
What is actually happening in the corporate world? The Agrifood Atlas provides an overview of the major corporate players and their business strategies, the different forms of corporate power, and those who resist corporations and criticize this power structure.
The Agrifood Atlas 2017 is a joint publication project between the Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung, Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung, Bund für Umwelt und Naturschutz Deutschland (German Federation for the Environment and Nature Conservation), Oxfam Germany, Germanwatch, and Le Monde diplomatique.
This atlas is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution -. 4.0 international" (CC BY 4.0 (external link, opens in a new window)).
With original contributions by Christophe Alliot, Dietmar Bartz, Reinhild Benning, Christine Chemnitz, Jennifer Clapp, Olivier De Schutter, Roman Herre, Saskia Hirtz, Emile Frison, Meera Karunananthan, Peter Kreysler, Benjamin Luig, Sylvian Ly, Heike Moldenhauer, Sophia Murphy, Christine Pohl, Christian Rehmer, Christoph Then, Jim Thomas, Jan Urhahn, Katrin Wenz, John Wilkinson
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