20 junio, 2019

Proyecto Doctorado Inenco

Land investments, land use change, and land conflicts in the Argentine Chaco region. Large-scale land acquisitions (LSLA) are a global phenomenon that involves between 30 and more than 200 million hectares, depending on the source. LSLA can be considered land investments, but also a “land rush”, or even “land grabbing”
14 junio, 2019

Proyecto Doctorado Javeriana

Interpretative analysis of territorial transformations in the Montes de María region around the processes of territorial grabbing and resistance for land governance. The research proposal presented here emerges as part of the progress made in the “Monitoring land transaction in Colombia” project by Professor Juan Guillermo Ferro Medina and researcher Natalia Espinosa Rincon