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Pflanztag auf dem 2000m² Feld in Berlin-Gatow

30. März ab 11 Uhr auf dem 2000m² Feld in Berlin-Gatow Wir wollen mit Euch zusammen Weizen, Gerste, Hafer, Möhren, Kohlrüben, Topinambur, Kartoffeln und Zwiebeln pflanzen. Dazu gibt es Gemüsesuppe aus solidarischer Landwirtschaft und viele bunte Geschichten rund um das Feld. SpeiseGut Kladower Damm 57 14089 …

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Population Boom!

Documentary film ‘Population Boom’ playing in theatres now A well-known nightmarish vision of the future: The Earth’s population reaches seven billion. Dwindling resources, mountains of toxic waste, hunger and climate change-the results of overpopulation? Who says that the world’s overpopulated? And who’s one too many? After …

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Plowing the field

This week we plowed our 2000m² field in Berlin. Well… actually we got help from our neighbor Peter who came over with his plow and tractor and did it the way it should be done. Unfortunately, the 100 year old walnut tree by the field hadn’t …

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Pinar Yoldas: An Ecosystem of Excess

From primordial soup to plastic soup, in “An Ecosystem of Excess” Pinar Yoldas asks a very simple question: “If life started today in our plastic debris filled oceans, what kinds of life forms would emerge out of this contemporary primordial ooze?“ With An Ecosystem of Excess, …

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The EU Seed Market Myth

According to a new report compiled by The Greens, the EU seed market seriously lacks diversity. Each year, there is more concentration than the last. However, seed lobbyists claim that there are currently 7000 small and medium-sized seed companies in the EU. Article by Attila Szocs …

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China’s need for feed

Discover this: IATP’s Global Meat Complex: The China Series looks in depth at China’s feed, pork, poultry and dairy sectors, the past and future trajectory of the industry, and global impacts of China’s efforts to balance grain self-sufficiency and the desire to provide cheap meat. China’s …

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Underground Farming in London

Sounds crazy – but it’s already the reality: In London Richard Ballard and Steven Dring are growing organic vegetables in a bunker 33 metres underneath the earth. Their project’s name: Growing Underground. Here is what they have to say: Using the latest hydroponic systems and LED …

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