Maiz de Cajete is an NGO that regularly carries out research and formulate public policy proposals with respect to environmental sustainability issues. It is main goal is to analyze the moral, economic, environmental, political and social limits of the current economic growth and development model, as well as to develop possible alternative life models based on conviviality and reciprocity between people and communities, fair trade and solidarity economies, environmental sustainability and social justice.
Una serie de mapas para explicar el contexto de la cuenca Atoyac-Zahuapan. Este es el primero de varios materiales que se producirán para difusión y formación popular. Este material preliminar carece todavía de un mayor detalle y explicación y será añadido posteriormente.
Alberto-Gabino Martínez Hernández deposited Financialization and private finance in the agricultural sector of developing countries: exploring its socio-environmental impacts and alternative ways to finance the ecological transition in the group Maiz de Cajete on Humanities Commons 1 month ago
The objective of the present essay is to shed light on the impacts of financialization and private finance on agriculture with a particular emphasis on developing countries, as well as alternative ways to finance the ecological transition. It will be studied the main social and environmental problems caused by financialization and private finance…[Read more]
The purpose of this manual is to disseminate the activities necessary for the propagation and management of the crop in the vivarium stage of the Agave potatorum Zucc., also known regionally as Maguey Tobalá or Papalométl.
This document is part of the project SIP2020-RE / 003 “Diagnosis project, Technology Transfer and Technical Support to m…[Read more]
Alberto-Gabino Martínez Hernández deposited Corporate social responsibility and geographical indications in the agricultural sector: towards a common framework to promote socio-ecological sustainability in the group Maiz de Cajete on Humanities Commons 1 month, 1 week ago
The present paper tries to address up to what extent corporate social responsibility (CSR) might advance socio-ecological sustainability of the products with a geographical indication (GI), mainly in developing countries. To this end it would be addressed how agricultural firms became financialized in recent decades. It would be then presented how…[Read more]