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GLF Bonn Digital Conference 2020: Food in the time of climate crisis

On Jun 2, 2020
@EcoAgPartners shared
Tomorrow is the big day!! Join the virtual Global Landscape Forum between the 3rd and 5th of June to immerse yourself in sustainable food systems and inclusive landscapes, from wherever you are. Register here https://t.co/B4w5kGlt3c @GlobalLF #GLFBonn2020 #ThinkLandscape https://t.co/SvBNtKRlic
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Today, food production and agricultural systems are one of the largest sources of greenhouse gas emissions, a main driver of deforestation and the greatest threat to biodiversity. How do we feed the world without eating the planet?

On Jun 2, 2020
@EcoAgPartners shared
Tomorrow is the big day!! Join the virtual Global Landscape Forum between the 3rd and 5th of June to immerse yourself in sustainable food systems and inclusive landscapes, from wherever you are. Register here https://t.co/B4w5kGlt3c @GlobalLF #GLFBonn2020 #ThinkLandscape https://t.co/SvBNtKRlic
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GLF Bonn Digital Conference 2020: Food in the time of climate crisis

GLF Bonn Digital Conference 2020: Food in the time of climate crisis

Today, food production and agricultural systems are one of the largest sources of greenhouse gas emissions, a main driver of deforestation and the greatest threat to biodiversity. How do we ...


On Jun 3, 2020
@SoilAssociation shared
In response to coronavirus & the climate crisis, we must change our food systems, stop overexploiting the natural world & move away from factory farming. 🌎 ASOA Scientific adviser shares lessons from the pandemic for farming 👇 https://t.co/3hQ5NfRa0f https://t.co/eAljmsfcRE
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Jane Goodall: humanity is finished if it fails to adapt after Covid-19

Jane Goodall: humanity is finished if it fails to adapt after Covid-19

Primatologist calls for overhaul of food habits to prevent a future pandemic

On May 27, 2020
@NewHarvestOrg shared
RT @chasepurdy: The meat industry has made headlines a lot the last few weeks. Workers are sick, shortages loom, and the industry remains a big contributor to climate change. In June I'm discussing with @NewAmerica an alternative. Join to learn abt cell-cultured meat: https://t.co/UmUVUbYkip
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[ONLINE] - Chase Purdy, Billion Dollar Burger: Inside Big Tech’s Race for the Future of Food

[ONLINE] - Chase Purdy, Billion Dollar Burger: Inside Big Tech’s Race for the Future of Food

Join the Fellows program in welcoming Chase Purdy in a conversation on his new book, Billion Dollar Burger.

On May 29, 2020
@DaniNierenberg shared
“The biggest reason to farm sustainably is to limit waste and to take care of water, resources and land. Farmers have nothing without their land, water or animals.” DeBrower (@NimanRanch) tells @FoodTank. https://t.co/dT84KWTbIu
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We Are All in This Together: Supporting Communities and Farmers Through a Crisis

We Are All in This Together: Supporting Communities and Farmers Through a Crisis

Small scale pig farmer uses sustainable practices, while watching large farms take over

On Jun 4, 2020
@farmsnotfactory shared
New hypothesis on industrial farmed pigs being vectors for #Covid_19 that is, could pigs be the genetic path COVID-19 took between bats and humans? https://t.co/A1KMuaf5Op
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COVID-19: Possible link between virus, intensive pig farming, says study

COVID-19: Possible link between virus, intensive pig farming, says study

SARS-CoV-2 may have transmitted from infected pigs to a farm worker, from pig meat to the human food chain or from pig faeces into the environment, contaminating drinking water

On Jun 5, 2020
@WorldResources shared
RT @FISH_CGIAR: The ocean could provide 6X more food than it does today – including more than 2/3 of the protein needed to feed the future world population – provided it is sustainably managed. Read more this #WorldOceansDay: https://t.co/rAJbRvLYQe @oceanpanel @WorldResources @WorldFishCenter
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Oceans will be key to future food security – new expert report

Oceans will be key to future food security – new expert report

A new report estimates that the ocean could provide six times more food than it does today – including more than two-thirds of the protein needed to feed the future world population – ...

On May 28, 2020
@Treehugger shared
Are these fermented beverages actually better for the environment? https://t.co/76lbbQKVCa
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What's the deal with natural wine?

What's the deal with natural wine?

"Naked wine," "raw wine," "biodynamic wine" have reached a feverish peak among trend-setting oenophiles. But what do all these labels mean, and are they actually better for the environment? ...

On Jun 3, 2020
@SusFoodTrust shared
In our latest article Patrick Holden proposes a 2021 Paris-style food summit, with a global agreement that allows the harmonised trade in sustainable food to flourish, free of tariffs and barriers. https://t.co/TUq93qtS0m
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What harmonising trade in our food systems could do

What harmonising trade in our food systems could do

What harmonising trade in our food systems could do

On Jun 4, 2020
@AgFunder shared
VIDEO: Farm Tech investment reached $4.7bn in 2019. Where is all that money going? https://t.co/5pzpiGs0lJ
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VIDEO: Farm Tech investment reached $4.7bn in 2019. Where is all that money going?

VIDEO: Farm Tech investment reached $4.7bn in 2019. Where is all that money going?

Farm tech investment has increased 370% over 6 years, bucking the trend across venture capital sectors, which have had a bumper ride. But why?

On May 26, 2020
@mwbloem shared
Areas of Expertise https://t.co/TNrwiulxgB
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Areas of Expertise

Areas of Expertise

Since 1996 the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future has addressed some of the most pressing issues in the food system, building on and further developing expertise in critical areas ...

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On Jun 5, 2020
@foodtank shared
RT @futureoffoodorg: #WorldFoodSafetyDay is an opportunity to take action to trigger a wider food and health systems transformation. Food safety is merely a symptom of a much broader, broken #foodsystem. New piece by @RuthOpenBlue & @WHO @Branca59 out now @foodtank: https://t.co/nLfpOGJu6f #WFSD2020
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Everyone’s Business: Food Systems Transformation as the Defining Issue of our Time

Everyone’s Business: Food Systems Transformation as the Defining Issue of our Time

Unsafe food causes 420,000 deaths per year but this is just a symptom of a broader issue. Now is the time to transform the food and health systems.

On May 25, 2020
@Greenpeace shared
What does your ideal city look like? Green space? Less traffic? Better food? Tell us. #Cities #BuildBackBetter https://t.co/r01KA6ZE3b
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Four ways to reimagine a better city

Four ways to reimagine a better city

Greening our empty spaces, prioritising relationships over disposable consumption, getting around by polluting less - this is what the future of our cities could look like.

On Jun 3, 2020
@foodprintorg shared
Two books focused on the history of African American agriculture show how “un-free” Southern agriculture — and by extension US farming as a whole — has been and continues to be. https://t.co/7ckAiO626I
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The Legacy of African-American Farmers in Erin Mauldin’s “Unredeemed Land” and Monica White’s “Freedom Farmers”

The Legacy of African-American Farmers in Erin Mauldin’s “Unredeemed Land” and Monica White’s “Freedom Farmers”

We explore the legacy of African-American farmers through two books: Erin Mauldin’s “Unredeemed Land” and Monica White's “Freedom Farmers.”

On Jun 1, 2020
@oxfutureoffood shared
RT @openDemocracy: Over the past year the world has seen an alarming succession of environmental disasters. To reduce their risk we can do one big thing - shift to a flexitarian diet and buy more sustainably-produced food, says Giulia Wegner. (via @odTransform) https://t.co/NFdvuh7Cyu
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Covid-19 and global warming: two good reasons to eat fewer animals

Covid-19 and global warming: two good reasons to eat fewer animals

Shifting to a flexitarian diet will help to prevent pandemics, fight climate change, and feed the world sustainably.

On Jun 4, 2020
@AgFunder shared
8 Takeaways from the Artemis Virtual Grower Summit https://t.co/XFeWgTN015
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8 Takeaways from the Artemis Virtual Grower Summit

8 Takeaways from the Artemis Virtual Grower Summit

Digital does not mean difficult; the key to branding is authenticity; and how the CARES Act could be relevant to your indoor growing business were some of the takeaways and topics at ...

On Jun 4, 2020
@FERNnews shared
A New York hedge fund is creating a stir in Colorado's Grand Valley by buying irrigated farmland as an investment in the future value of water, prompting state legislators to look at strengthening a law against water speculation. @KUNC https://t.co/NeUBTEYswy
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Western Colorado Water Purchases Are Stirring Up Worries About The Future Of Farming

Western Colorado Water Purchases Are Stirring Up Worries About The Future Of Farming

The company is now the largest landowner in the Grand Valley Water Users Association, the nonprofit canal company that delivers water to many Grand Valley irrigators. Not much would grow ...