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SEED SATYAGRAHA (Civil Disobedience to end Seed Slavery)

Through imposing laws related to Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) & patents on seed which deny farmers and gardner the right to save and share seed, our diversity, freedoms and right to health are being criminalised. Higher laws that flow from the laws of the Earth, reaffirmed by the laws of our humanity, compel us to […]

Wealth per Acre

The book gives a deep insight on the way agriculture is done in India and on the food system prevailing. Any economic activity involves costs that are internal to the system, costs that are borne by the producer or by the consumer. Many economic activities have costs that are external to the system, costs that […]

The Law of The Seed

“Seed freedom is Earth Rights … it is the right of the seed in all its diversity and self organization to evolve into the future.” Dr. Vandana Shiva, Rio+20 Earth Summit 2012 In country after country local, open source seeds are being made illegal to establish a Monsanto monopoly on Seed and force GMOs and […]

Seed Freedom Global Report – 2012

Navdanya International published Seed Freedom: A Global Citizens’ Report in October 2012 as part of its international campaign to “alert people, communities, institutions and governments of the serious risk to the future of the world’s seed and food security and what must be done to reverse it.” The report was written through a participatory process […]

The gmo emperor has no clothes

A Global Citizens Report on the State of GMOs – False Promises, Failed Technologies People who point out the emptiness of the pretensions of powerful people and institutions are often compared to the child in Hans Christian Andersen’s fable who says that the emperor has no clothes. The fable that GMOs are feeding the world […]

Health per Acre

India is faced with a triple food crisis – an agrarian crisis, the tragic symptom of which is 250,000 farmers’ suicides, the rising food prices and food inflation and the hunger and malnutrition crisis. All three crises have common roots – a non sustainable, inefficient system of food production and the commodification of food. The […]

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