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The South-North drain of African wealth reduces the resources available for health and development, increases dependency on the global North. This drain can be reversed by citizen activism and bold national policies. Africa has been drained of resources that - if harnessed and shared fairly -...

Sustainable agricultural systems tend to have a positive effect on natural, social and human capital, whilst unsustainable ones feed back to deplete assets. There is surprisingly little data on the environmental and health costs imposed by agriculture on other sectors, although new research...