Ecology and Proletarianisation: Increasing Need for Attention
This brief article argues three points with an illustrative case study: a) proletarianisation is increasingly also caused by ecological reasons; b) this is significant for India from regions such as Telangana, Bundelkhand, to Vidarbha and many other parts ; c) this phenomenon of ecology induced proletarianisation is however indirectly owing to accumulation of capital on global scale. The article also argues that this phenomenon affects agriculture in the global South far more adversely.
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