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Agriculture/Food

  • Permaculture education

    Permaculture is a design system for creating sustainable human environments (permanent agriculture, permanent culture). It is based on observation of natural systems, works with, not against Nature. It gives you tools and knowledge to design your own place according to sustainable principles, or your village, or your town. You learn and teach people to become as much self-reliable as possible. See the potential?

    Written by Katarzyna Sosinska on 01 Nov 2011, at 08:29 (1 Comment) read proposal
  • Micro trading platform for locally grown food

    Intelligent use of the internet to organise small scale growers of food in and around cities to supply their food to city dwellers and businesses and for the trading platform to create micro business opportunities for many people

    Written by Peter Kearney on 22 Mar 2011, at 12:05 (2 Comments) read proposal
  • Become a 'Green' Consumer

    Do you worry that you're not doing all you could to make sustainable product choices? Below are some guides to help.

    Written by Tansy Baigent on 12 Jan 2011, at 15:36 (1 Comment) read proposal
  • Sharing Food

    as stated in actions.

    Written by Nancy Fox on 28 Nov 2010, at 19:06 (0 Comments) read proposal
  • Industrial Hemp for a Sick Planet

    Let's Stop The Madness in the Name of Good affordable Food World wide

    Written by Mike Clock on 28 Oct 2010, at 12:48 (1 Comment) read proposal
  • Active encouragement of vegetarian and vegan diets

    Every year, one billion animals face the barbarity of slaughter in Britain, and a further 4.5 billion fish and 2.6 billion shellfish are killed for the UK. Most animals spend their short lives in misery, imprisoned in the squalor of factory farms. Many are fully conscious when they are killed by having their throats cut.

    Written by Viva - Vegetarians International Voice for Animals on 29 Jun 2010, at 13:26 (1 Comment) read proposal
  • Australia. The power staion and bread basket of the world.

    How to use a land mass that is bigger than Europe or the USA.

    Written by Dave Gunstone on 18 Nov 2009, at 16:07 (0 Comments) read proposal
  • Food and Water Sustainability

    In 2008 there were riots in Bangladesh, Cameroon, Senegal and Morocco because of food shortages. In the UK we experienced ripples of change too where many food prices rose. It’s all about the availability of food as a commodity on a global scale.

    Written by Maxine Fay Miller on 26 Jan 2009, at 12:29 (1 Comment) read proposal
  • Ban on Pesticides

    Recent legislation in the European parliament will result in a ban on a variety of pesticides considered "hazardous" to human health. Voting was backed by the majority of member states. By 2013 the number of toxic products used in farming should be halved.

    Written by Maxine Fay Miller on 19 Jan 2009, at 14:42 (0 Comments) read proposal
  • A Future Lifestyle

    According to the journal of British Medical Council for Public Health 50% of boys and 57% girls in our current planet eat less than one portion of fruit and vegetables a day. Furthermore, one third of children are not taking the recommended 60 minutes of activity every day. This is leading to an obesity crisis.

    Written by Maxine Fay Miller on 17 Nov 2008, at 14:47 (0 Comments) read proposal
  • Local Food Production in OurFuturePlanet

    As the attached article reveals the current planet’s food production and health is being affected by Climate Change as a result of humans over-utilization of the earth’s energy resources. In OurFuturePlanet food and food production will be equally crucial for the health and well being of humans and the planet. Local food production will be used throughout OurFuturePlanet to meet global food needs and minimize energy costs so that there is no noticeable Climate Change.

    Written by Maxine Fay Miller on 14 Nov 2008, at 16:25 (3 Comments) read proposal