There is a large area of agricultural land in Ukraine that “works” in favor of the invaders.
The war in Ukraine, started by Russia, will have considerable global consequences on food shortages.
Adaptive, sustainable and decentralized agri-food systems will bring the economically viable and generally affordable production of food products.
The topic of land relations is uncovered from a new angle, making it more transparent.
According to an analytical report based on data on land acquisitions around the world.
According to the report, Ukraine ranks 2nd in the world in terms of the total land area controlled by foreign investors.
This research aims to objectively analyze the process of land concentration in Ukraine.
The concentration of large tracts of Ukrainian land in the hands of a select few has led to a deterioration of soil and environmental degradation.
One of the most contentious issues since the land reform process began in 1992 is the controversial moratorium on the sale of land.
How careful are the agricultural companies with the land they use? We tried to answer this question…