The organization goes on to warn that the future of the food supply and most importantly, access to food, will be available by stark contrasts in resources and wealth, leaving the poor and those without proper resources to languish and perish. Oxfam wrote and documented their research in a new catalog entitled Growing a Better Future. While the headline creates a fear laden pause, the published piece is full of political commentary. The organization doesnâ€™t hide their dislike of corporations and calls for increased regulation amongst corporations and wealth by way of national governments while also criticizing government for allowing corporations to put profit over human consequence. They also believe that climate change and the selfish human interests of those trying to obtain wealth, conflict with the needs of the poor.
Much of their political stance can be taken from the following statement in their newly published paper on hunger:
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