Bhoomi 2017: Listening to the Mountains

Posted on Sunday, October 1st, 2017

New Delhi, 1st October: Navdanya, in collaboration with India International Centre, concluded its annual festival Bhoomi, dedicated this year to Listening to the Mountains – listening to the message of the Rights of Nature flowing from the mountains, listening to the cry of the Mountains bearing the burden of climate change, and listening to the promise of agroecology and organic farming to stop the spread of poisons that spread disease and increase Greenhouse Gases that destabilise the climate. A book on the subject was also released.

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A Message for Women’s Day — 8 March 2017

Posted on Wednesday, March 8th, 2017

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Women are creators of wealth, says expert

Posted on Sunday, February 26th, 2017

Times of India, 26 February 2017

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Tanzania: Dr Vandana Shiva – Physicist Who Has Put a Human Face On Agriculture

Posted on Friday, June 27th, 2014

By Mary Ramadhani – allAfrica, 26 June 2014

Photo: AFSA

Photo: AFSA

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Warrior queens battle for Africa’s food future

Posted on Friday, June 6th, 2014

by Rachel Hamada – This is Africa, 3 June 2014

Tanzania’s Janet Maro, who is teaching people the principles of chemical-free growing, intercropping and more. Photo © Peter Lüthi, Biovision

Tanzania’s Janet Maro, who is teaching people the principles of chemical-free growing, intercropping and more. Photo © Peter Lüthi, Biovision

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Farming Free: An Interview with Food Sovereignty Activist Vandana Shiva

Posted on Friday, May 2nd, 2014

By Thaddeus Christian – Mother Earth News, June/July 2014

Threshing grain by hand takes time but no external fuels or machines, in the tradition of sustainable agriculture. Photo by First Light/FLPA

Threshing grain by hand takes time but no external fuels or machines, in the tradition of sustainable agriculture. Photo by First Light/FLPA

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