Join the Network for Poison-free Food and Farming
On 1st October 2017, in New Delhi, Communities in the Alps which have become pesticides free joined with Himalayan chemical free communities to launch the creation of a Global Network of Poison Free Organic Zones.
Poison based industrial agriculture, not only is the biggest driver of species extinction, wiping out the diversity of crops we have grown and eaten, is also creating 50% of the greenhouse gases leading to climate change.
Biodiversity is essential to allow for evolution of Life on Earth and as such its capacity of adaptation. This diversity has been developed over thousands of generations and we have a duty is to safeguard it.
Through poison free food and farming, we sow the seeds for a brighter future and the future of all beings on our living, vibrant and generous Earth.
Index: Events and Actions – Publications – Related Campaigns – Featured Articles
Events and Actions
Jember, Jogjakarta, Bali, 28 October – 4 November 2017
Poison Free Food and Farming Pledge Launch – New Delhi, 1st October 2017
Launch of the Report “The Toxic Story of RoundUp: Freedom from the Poison Cartel through Agroecology”
Santa Rosa CA, USA, 5 September 2017
Rome, 10 July 2017
Rome, Italy, 24 May 2017
Rome, Italy, 8 February 2017
Bhopal, India, 29 November 2016
The Hague, Netherlands, 14 – 16 October 2016
Seeds of Hope, Seeds of Resilience: How Biodiversity and Agroecology offer Solutions to Climate Change by Growing Living Carbon
By Ruchi Shroff – LifeGate, 18 September 2017
By Dr. Vandana Shiva – The Asian Age, 12 July 2017
By Ruchi Shroff – Common Dreams, 19 April 2017
Navdanya, 7 April 2017