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Plants, Planet & People – The Living Earth and Climate Change

Author: Dr Vandana Shiva Earth care and the regeneration of biodiversity and living soil is the most effective and revolutionary Climate Action in times of extinction. The solutions to Food Crisis, Biodiversity Erosion and the Climate emergency lie in making peace with the Earth , recognising that the Earth is living, her biodiversity and biosphere […]

Leh Declaration – Earth Journey to Ladakh

“Today, 6th August 2018, Ladakh Autonomous Hill Council joins hands with the government of Sikkim, Navdanya and LEHO in Mission Organic Himalaya 2030“ Leh Declaration, 6th August 2018 “While the Himalaya and Ladakh shape the climate of Asia, climate change driven by fossil fuel use over 200 years of industrialization is now changing the climate […]

Annam: Food as Health

The book creates awareness on healthy eating so that disease & hunger burdened in the Indian people is removed an India emerges as a strong nation based on Biodiversity organic farming a healthy people. The contributors of the book, all eminent expert from their field will be creating a think tank on the linkages between […]

Seeds of Hope, Seeds of Resilience

Seeds of Hope, Seeds of Resilience – How Biodiversity and Agroecology offer Solutions to Climate Change by Growing Living Carbon The last two centuries of dependence on fossil fuels has created multiple distortions in our view of the world, of our production and consumption systems, of our ideas of efficiency and productivity, of our ideas […]

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 […]

Bhoole Bisre Anaj (Forgotten foods)

A full account of India’s forgotten foods – millets & their nutrition value & recipes. Millets are wonder seed and its nutritional value is incomparable with wheat. This book strongly advocates Millets as our primary food for the sake of our health as well as for our food diversity. Download pdf

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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