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Lecture

Sustainable Futures Series

When: Thu., March 24, 5:30-7 p.m. 2016

Corn is the mainstay of the diet and livelihood of indigenous farmers in Chiapas, Mexico, but yields are decreasing due to observed changes in climate. In this presentation Lindsay will discuss the efforts to maintain subsistence corn farming by campesinos/as who are linked to the Zapatista and Las Abejas resistance movements. Participation in these social movements has created a network for action on climate change that extends beyond the different bioregions of Chiapas. Location: Founders 118, HSU

Price: Free

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