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Poison-free Communities – Bans, Restrictions and Resistance against Glyphosate and other Pesticides

AFRICA MALAWI In April 2019, Malawi’s Principal Secretary of the Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development announced the immediate suspension of all import licenses for glyphosate-based herbicides. Govt suspends Monsanto’s roundup import permit TOGO Since 2019, the West African country of Togo has prohibited the import, market or use of glyphosate and any product […]

Bees and Agrotoxics

We present a compendium of quality, robust, indexed peer-reviewed articles that provide scientific evidence of the damage caused by pesticides to pollinators – particularly  honeybees. The selection of articles comes out of a collective effort, including contributions from beekeepers and social organizations, as well as recommendations by researchers. The topics covered by the studies on […]

Short Fact Sheet on Bees and Pollinators

There are over 20,000 species of bee of which the domestic honey bee is just one. They are all pollinators and are responsible for the majority of crop pollination. [1] Most pollinators are wild but a few species of bees can be managed, such as honeybees (Apis mellifera, Apis cerana), some bumblebees and a few […]

Earth Day Communiqué

  On Earth Day, April 22nd, Navdanya International, Naturaleza de Derechos, Health of Mother Earth Foundation – HOMEF, with over 500 organisations from 50 countries, networks and individuals from all over the world, launched a Planetary Communique and a call for urgent action where the health and wellbeing of all peoples and the planet are […]

Ag One: Recolonisation of Agriculture

Bill Gates who became a billionaire through the deregulation of corporate globalisation is now leading the recolonization of Indian and African agriculture. The report unveils the real motives of Bill Gates. By Dr. Vandana Shiva, Prerna Anilkumar, Urvee Ahluwalia © Navdanya/RFSTE, 2020 First Edition 2020 Download pdf  

Nurturing diversity in our guts and on our farms to reduce health risks and increase food system resilience

By Salvatore Ceccarelli – Extract from Navdanya International Report The Future of Food – Farming with Nature, Cultivating the Future – November 2019  Orginally published in: Bioversity International (2019) Agrobiodiversity Index Report 2019: risk and resilience. Rome (Italy): Bioversity International 182 p. ISBN: 978-92-9255-125-4: https://hdl.handle.net/10568/100820 – Reproduced with the author’s permission KEY MESSAGES: Crop diversity […]

The Future of Food – Farming with Nature, Cultivating the Future

The report brings together international experts and gathers evidence of global resistance against the industrial agrifood system, as well as examples of good ecological practices among farmers, local communities and civil society organizations, as part of Navdanya International’s campaign for Poison-free Food and Farming. In continuation of the work of the International Commission on the […]

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