Oriol Garcia Farré

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The development of the extractive system

The Three Wise Men, a true story

Is there an alternative to the extractive system?

The current state of the extractive system


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  1. Oriol Garcia FarréOriol Garcia Farré says:

    Thank you, Carme! That’s a curious answer. We are still at L…

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La Castanyada: celebrating the agricultural legacy

The emergence of extractive capitalism


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    Gràcies per aquest article tan encertat per veure d’on ve…

The improvement of the extractive system

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