If we were to divide the total global surface area of arable land by the number of people living on the planet, each person would get 2000m² (half an acre). Everything we need, must grow on this field… Learn more
21. March 2023 Save the date: 22.04.2022
This year, we make our Global Bean seed festival very special: several partners in the network will celebrate and exchange legumes on the same afternoon in different places in Europe. We warmly invite you to join the festivities online and visit our seed festival happening in Greece, Albany, Germany, Ethiopia, France, Austria, Spain…
31. August 2022 globalbean.eu Why is the cultivation and consumption of local beans and other legumes so important to mitigate climate change and improve biodiversity in fields and gardens and in our soil? How do they affect our health and contribute to fair food? How can we get more …
1. December 2022 On Thursday 20th, the Global Plot and Global bean teams were lucky to receive the KBean project form South Korea, arriving straight from the Netherlands to Berlin for a 3-day visit. Day 1: Learning lunch It is around a table, filled with Korean bean snacks – …
Behind the seeds – Promoting biodiversity through education, with Lucas Mourão (Brazil)
1. March 2023 In this 8th “Behind the Seeds” episode, we interviewed Lucas Mourão from Belo Horizonte in Brazil at Terra Madre, Slow Food’s convention in Turin last September. Lucas is the coordinator of Slow Food local community in his city, and works for Jaca Verde PANC, where he …
On this website we want to take a look at our 2000m². We want to find out what needs to be done in order to grow enough for all human beings, animals, and plants that live from this land.
We are looking for answers to many questions and for practical solutions.
Our fields have gotten out of control: We urgently need to take action to stop this! Luckily we can all make changes. Some things we can do on our own once we understand the problems; others we can only achieve together.
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