Check out this article in the Inter Press Service (IPS) that discusses our recent launch of the French edition of State of the World 2011: Innovations that Nourish the Planet.
The article discusses the severe impacts economic crises have on people who are already less well off. According to project director, Danielle Nierenberg, “”You can see the stark differences within a single country very easily, and you see it every day, In Africa it doesn’t look like the recession has affected the very wealthy. It has affected poor people the most.”
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