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CropLifeIndia 2h
Does only apply to crops? Nope! The principles of agroecology benefit land, water, and the environment. via
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Agro-Eco Philippines 1h
Agro-Eco Philippines organized Earth Day Celebration in the biggest city of the Philippines. The event held at the heart of Davao City highlighted concrete efforts in and call upon the government to protect the rights of the farmers to seeds.
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EATegrity 43m
This is so true for South Africa where citizens are unknowingly force-fed a staple diet of maize & have wholeheartedly bought into the industrialized agriculture system of continuous upscaling ~ we desperately need to support here
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GrassrootsSolutions 13h
Over half of global emissions come from the food sector. is a movement, science, and practice for transforming our ag systems so ALL beings can survive and thrive
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FAO Climate Change 16h
RT : is both a science and a social response. How it can guide us towards sustainable food systems 👉
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Groundswell 11h
This work can only be accomplished by working together, with nature! When you work with the soil, you deepen your connection to the planet. This is an organic way to stay grounded.
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An Urban Harvester 13h
Not only does offer huge mitigation (+ on 3 other already-transgressed ). Low-external-input ag like creates MILLIONS of jobs. Listen to imminent MASS tech disruption & think about that.
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AgroEcology Fund Apr 18
New film "Food as medicine" makes a compelling case for changing diets to in order to heal our bodies and cut public health expenditure
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Grassroots Intl 13h
A2: Grassroots also include expanding & transformative economies like our partners , ,
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FAO Apr 16
The knowledge and practices of farmers and food producers from all over the world are at the core of . We need to recognize the value and knowledge of the people who produce our food. Our heroes.
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World Scientific 13h
On this read "The Earth is Not for Sale: A Path Out of Fossil Capitalism to the Other World That is Still Possible" and be inspired to think critically and to become more active in society.
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JulienR Apr 15
Looking for global hardiness zones datasets/maps (not pixel-based images). Hoping not to have to search for 200+ countries & regions. Anyone can help?
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Groundswell 11h
Wishing you all a sincerely special Please take the time and make space for the sustainable change that is on the way!
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Stats4SD 22h
Farmers get hands-on with some of the apps presented at the latest CCRP workshop at Manor House Mcknight Foundation hub in Kenya, and discuss further ideas with participants
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PELUM Swaziland 21h
What an awesome idea! Fresh fruits straight off the street.
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Christian R. Vogl Apr 20
Replying to @RachelsNews @Andreleu1
Fighting means also reducing non renewable energy input in industrial farming like e.g. used for producing synthetic N-fertilizer. Instead favouring practices &
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Anna Gomar 22h
Replying to @AnnaAnnetes
As such, you wield enormous power to affect change at a wider level on a day-to-day basis.
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Kitchencounterculture 23h
these herbicides fungicides pesticides manufactured,, marketed, bought, used, are . Once you see it, you can't unsee it. So much knowledge of regenerative practices in agriculture which are about the opposite, supporting LIFE.
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Alex Douglas-Kane 13h
grow food not lawns..... this is a very positive step for future PM and staff's mental health too!
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AgroEcology Fund Apr 17
The 17th of April is celebrated as the International Day of Peasant's Struggle. Check out this gorgeous photo-essay by called "Solidarity with those who feed the world"
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