Category Farmers

Ecology, spirituality and knowledge
Farmers

Ecology, spirituality and knowledge

Why is Cuba, the red one, turning green? What made it possible for the Inuit Indians in the largest country in the world to become the rightful owners of a fifth of Canadian territory? How did 130 thousand farms of organic agriculture arise in Europe? Why did poets like Octavio Paz, billionaires like Douglas Tompkins, theologians like Leonardo Boff, politicians like Misael Gorvachov, or artists like Maurice Béjart, recognize the supreme enterprise in defense of the planet?

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Farmers

Ecology, spirituality and knowledge

Why is Cuba, the red one, turning green? What made it possible for the Inuit Indians in the largest country in the world to become the rightful owners of a fifth of Canadian territory? How did 130 thousand farms of organic agriculture arise in Europe? Why did poets like Octavio Paz, billionaires like Douglas Tompkins, theologians like Leonardo Boff, politicians like Misael Gorvachov, or artists like Maurice Béjart, recognize the supreme enterprise in defense of the planet?
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Farmers

Who will feed us? Peasants or agribusiness?

This is the first in a series of four videos on how farmers feed the world. As reaffirmed during the Second International Symposium on Agroecology sponsored by FAO in early April, more than a set of agricultural practices, agroecology is deeply political and it includes many aspects related to food sovereignty and farmers' rights.
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