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Agriculture drives climate change, extinction, erosion, and water depletion.
It is the single most transformative thing humans are doing to the planet.
Yet, most people don’t realize how fragile our food systems are.

LandRush has been documenting global agriculture’s social and environmental consequences since 2007. It collaborates with farmers, fishers, scientists, indigenous peoples, and activists to investigate seed-, water- and land rights, environmental justice, climate change, and the future of agriculture worldwide. LandRush uses a slow journalism approach bridging traditional journalistic publications, linear web documentaries, interactive apps, video archives, books, and spatial multichannel installations at art institutions and museums. And, when we feel that a story is not tangible using media, we expand our approach through live performances and building site-specific installations.