THE BIG STORY
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15 The disappearing Senegalese sardine
Hazel Healy sheds light on a deeply dysfunctional food chain.
23 10 steps to end world hunger
The guide to a world where everyone gets to eat.
24 Where does all the food go?
There’s more than enough – if it’s shared out evenly. A data visualization by David McCandless.
26 No more Green Revolutions
Raj Patel critiques input-heavy agriculture.
28 ‘This land is beautiful to us’
Hazel Healy meets a community making changes in the Sahel.
32 Food is love
Urban growers Dee Woods and Stefanie Swanepoel compare notes across continents with Amy Hall.
36 Digital dinners
Pat Mooney explores what happens when Big Data meets Big Ag. Interview by Nick Dowson.
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Stories making the news 8 Putin piles on the political pressure in Russia Plus: Borderlines 9 Introducing: Pedro Castillo Plus: Seriously? 10 Sex worker activists under attack in Kyrgyzstan Honduras: long-awaited Berta Cáceres verdict Canada forced to face its heavy truth Plus: Inequality Watch Plus: Sign of the Times 12 Calls for Germany to stump up Namibia reparations
Plus: Open Window 13 Colombia’s ‘cosmetic’ police reform
Plus: Reasons to be cheerful
REGULARS 6 Letters
Plus: Why I… 7 Letter from Manila
The complications of the vaccine rollout in the Philippines are myriad, finds Iris Gonzales.
40 Country Profile: Chile
42 The Chagos Betrayal
Florian Grosset’s graphic retelling of how Britain robbed an island and made its people disappear.
48 The debate
Is criminalization the right response to domestic violence? Leigh Goodmark and Stella Nyanzi go head to head.
53 Temperature Check
Fungus, fire and falling prices. Danny Chivers does a round-up of climate news.
54 The Interview
Leonardo Sakamoto speaks to Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, the former president and favourite to beat Jair Bolsonaro in Brazil’s 2022 election.
57 Southern Exposure
A layered portrait of longing, by Nigerian photographer Etinosa Yvonne.
72 Hall of Infamy
Idiocy coated in patriotic self-righteousness courtesy of Marjorie Taylor Greene.
80 The Puzzler