Living Seeds: Navdanya’s Community Seed Banks Farmers’ self-reliance based on biodiversity intensive organic farming Women’s Food Sovereignty Navdanya Biodiversity Conservation Farm Earth University: Navdanya’s Learning Center dedicated to education for sustainable living Download Pdf
Indonesia is a country with complex dynamics, rich in diversity, both in biological and sociocultural terms, which is paying the price of the myopic subjugation to the dogmas of productivity, without realizing the damage caused by it to the environment and its inhabitants. Indonesia’s civil society, however, is beginning to realize the dangers on the […]
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 […]
Navdanya International co-organised, along with multiple civil society organizations, the Monsanto Tribunal and People’s Assembly which took place in The Hague from 14th to 16th October 2016.
This beautiful planet that has evolved over 4-5 billion years and sustained humanity for 200,000 years is now poisoned and polluted and its biodiversity is being pirated and plundered at rates that threaten the very existence of our species.
Open letter to the Sardinian society The letter shows that “Sardinians strongly request a change, being aware of the opportunity of life in a land still rich in biodiversity, despite the suffered damage and which can still get rid of big financial and economic powers. It can become a garden where the man and the […]
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 […]
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 […]
Food for Health Manifesto The Food for Health Manifesto aims to give voice, hope and future to all those who wish to commit themselves to act and consume in keeping with a new sustainable food for health paradigm. Additionally, this Manifesto is intended to be used as a tool to help mobilize the urgent transition to […]