Svalbard Seed Bank is about putting diversity away, in case of some hypothetic emergency. That’s ok as a backup but the real urgency, however, is to let diversity live — in farms, in the hand of farmers, and across people-controlled and community-oriented markets — today
Everything we think, buy and do will resonate into the world around us and create the world we want to see. Think about what you are eating, and buying. How we can change things in our everyday existence to benefit the planet we live in symbiosis with.
Rasta Surfers Protecting The Environment
is rootsy combining surfing and spontaneous musical creation in a dreamy earthy spiritual experience
Rastafarian Ital Vegan Diet works with Mother Earth and Human Beings
Humans do not need to eat animal products. We are physiologically and biochemically adapted to be plant eaters. That is indisputable.
GE Crops Producing Mystery Illnesses
Back in 2004 people living next to GE Crop BT maize field in the Phillipines began to show signs of strange allergic reactions. Symptoms like fevers, respiratory illnesses and skin problems.
Saving Indigenous Mother Corn Seed
Perhaps the most symbol-laden plant on the planet, native corn has become the mine canary for globalisation plans in the countryside. If it dies, it means a life-and-death battle has been lost.
Wangari in Kenya and Reforestation project
Thirty years ago, in the country of Kenya, 90% of the forest had been chopped down. Without trees to hold the topsoil in place, the land became like a desert.