Tag Archives: biodiversity

Introduction to Permaculture Course in April 2013

The Introduction to Permaculture course is a great way to find out more about permaculture. This “taster” will provide an opportunity to get your hands dirty, learn some basics and get inspired. The Instituto Mesoamericano de Permacultura (IMAP) will be offering a series of 3-day Introduction to Permaculture Course throughout the year, starting on April […]

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Fair Trade and Food Sovereignty

Today, talk about fair trade involves integrating the perspective of food sovereignty. Both concepts are closely linked and the first is not possible without assuming the premises of the second. When we refer to fair trade, we consider a series of criteria: respecting the environment,  paying a fair salary, promoting gender equality, and demanding its […]

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In Grave Danger of Falling Food (Documentary by Bill Mollison)

This documentary presents the problems surrounding food production and modern agricultural systems in a clear, unequivocal way. If we don’t change the manner in which we produce our food and to reduce agriculture’s harmful effects on mother nature, we will soon be in grave danger of food shortages. Bill Mollison is a researcher, scientist, professor […]

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