Vandana Shiva is a renowned Indian scholar, as well as an environmental, eco-feminist, and anti-globalisation activist. She has authored many books, and has been key in movements around intellectual property rights, biodiversity, bio-technology, genetic engineering, and in the fight to hold multinational corporations to account for environmental destruction and human rights abuses. Central to her work is the idea of rejecting corporate patents on seeds and advocating for ‘seed freedom’ through her organisation, Navdanya.
28.11.2016Sowing the Seeds of Resistance
Benjamin Joyeux interviews Indian activist Vandana Shiva about biodiversity, seed patents, and the commons.Read more