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Bangalore’s urban agriculture boom

Mari Marcel Thekaekara on how Bangaloreans, fed up with soaring vegetable prices, are growing their own organic food.…

  • Thu Nov 24 06:50:00 2011
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Chicken à la injection

Wild stories fly around about chicken farming but the reality remains less than wholesome, says Mari Marcel Thekaekara.…

  • Tue Nov 1 08:20:00 2011
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NI Japan Lecture Meeting 2 “Let’s talk about seeds and exchange traditional varieties”

NI Japan -Exploring Sustainable Society and Lifestyle- Lecture Meeting Series2 …

  • Wed Jul 13 07:30:18 2011
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Watching the weather

Weather patterns across the West African country have become increasingly hard to predict as a result of climate change.…

  • Tue Dec 1 22:55:00 2009
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In danger of destruction

Vancouver’s only working farm is in danger of destruction by developers, writes Canadian journalist Hadani Ditmars, who will soon be joining New Internationalist as a co-editor…

  • Wed Apr 29 07:59:27 2009
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Less means more

As new research on low-input farming gains ground, the merging of farm, food, health and environment concerns will become the new normal, writes Wayne Roberts.…

  • Tue Apr 21 06:35:00 2009
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Food for thought

A recent conference on food security did nothing to address the concerns of small farmers and local communities.…

  • Fri Mar 20 07:49:37 2009
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Changing the food system is just what the doctor ordered

Wayne Roberts finds it unsettling that an authoritative and transformative report on cancer released in February 2009 has to hearken back to the horse and buggy days of a century ago by calling for a return to “classic public health.” …

  • Tue Mar 10 11:35:00 2009
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Gustavo Esteva, the man who invented 'No Corn, No Country'

Gustava Esteva, one of Mexico's most distinguished economists andsenior civil servants during the 1970s, gave it all up to live thesimple life of a traditional peasant on three acres of land in thevillage of San Pablo Etla in Oaxaca, a province of mostly Indigenouspeoples in southern Mexico…

  • Thu Jul 24 06:23:00 2008
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Our daily bread - and our trespasses

The spiraling world food grains crisis has been a long time coming.There have been warnings aplenty, but they didn't really grab theheadlines…

  • Tue Apr 15 17:15:00 2008
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