“Can legumes save the world?” A question we invited visitors to think of at the Global Bean booth for the open-house day of the German Federal Ministry for Environment and Nature Conservation, Nuclear Safety and Consumer Protection (BMUV). We believe the answer is “yes”! Through “root …
There is no denying that 2022 has been a particularly dry year.
However, for most field crops like pulses, it can be positive to have “dry weather” at the end of the crop cycle for example. Did legume yields suffer from the drought? What parameters are the ones impacting legumes? What are the means to adapt legume cultivation to the drought in Europe?
My name is Tanja Neuschild. I am am coordinating the “LebensMittelPunkt Wehrda” or “Food point Wehrda” project, aiming to set up a local community, by connecting people who are interested in sustainable nutrition, in order to work together to reach food sovereignty until 2030.
We are fed up with agribusiness! We are fed up that: –Over 840 million people are going hungry worldwide -The TTIP could open the door to GMOs (more about the TTIP here) -Three multinationals control over 50% of the world’s seeds -Every year one third of Europe …
As German coalition partners discuss the future of GMO agriculture, in just over 24 hours more than 100,000 German citizens have already made their opinion clear, signing a petition stating that they do not want GMO crops on German fields. The petition is in response to …
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