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The future of farming, the foreclosure crisis, and video-game industry labor abuse

Lee Camp looks into a solution to humanity’s widespread destruction of agricultural land. Hydroponic farming technologies offer society the ability to feed everyone using less land and less water. The corporate world is always looking for ways to ruin anything good, but, barring their interference, these technologies could improve billions of lives. Vertical, hydroponic farming is an efficient way for humanity to move forward in feeding itself. Camp also reports on the state of Chinese government, the incoming foreclosure crisis in the US, Joe Biden’s continued march to climate catastrophe, and more.

Video-game industry workers have a problem with abusive labor practices. Anders Lee and Camp investigate how the billion-dollar industry is taking advantage of workers through forced overtime, scarce job security, schemes to pay low wages, and union-busting efforts. Naomi Karavani joins Lee to cover how the free market for public data exposed a priest, the reasons for the Frito-Lay strike, and more.

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