Top news of the week: 08.09.2020.

#sustainable #farming #OrganicSeptember #organic #FeedtheFuture #RestoreOurFuture

Future Of Food

On Sep 2, 2020
@CivilEats shared
What will it take to build an equitable restaurant industry? https://t.co/blVaYusQrP @Eater
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There Really Is No Ethical Restaurant Under Capitalism

There Really Is No Ethical Restaurant Under Capitalism

Building an equitable restaurant — where all workers are paid fairly, have benefits, and work without discrimination — will require undoing the way most restaurants are run

On Sep 6, 2020
@guardianeco shared
Enough with 'local' and 'organic'. We'll begin to eat well when we farm well | James Rebanks https://t.co/5QJZxnAjnS
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Enough with 'local' and 'organic'. We'll begin to eat well when we farm well

Enough with 'local' and 'organic'. We'll begin to eat well when we farm well

We need to know how and where our food is grown and thereby take more responsibility for the planet

On Sep 4, 2020
@SusFoodTrust shared
Organic horticulture pioneer Peter Segger, from @blaencamelfarm, believes Wales could lead the way in the transition to sustainable food systems. His 'manifesto' explains how https://t.co/jBKifsUbOg
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On Sep 2, 2020
@SoilAssociation shared
This #OrganicSeptember, learn more about how #organic food & #farming systems work to ensure holistic & #sustainable ways of producing food for people, animals and the planet > https://t.co/OCJx409QGD https://t.co/Ns9p7d1AlJ
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Why Organic?

Why Organic?

Is better for the planet Designed to respect nature and to enhance the health of soils, water and air, organic farming is leading the way on sustainability. Organic farming has …

On Sep 3, 2020
@FeedtheFuture shared
In Kenya, young people regularly face barriers to earning a sustainable living. Check out how #FeedtheFuture is providing youth 👨👩, like Lenah Mwangi, with viable opportunities for growth and social change through farming. 🌱https://t.co/rZkHuh4UeG https://t.co/bLLwQeGfdc
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Young Entrepreneur Rethinks Future, Pursues Rural Agribusiness

Young Entrepreneur Rethinks Future, Pursues Rural Agribusiness

This article in brief: Young people in Kenya struggle to find sustainable ways to make a living. Those unable to find well-paying jobs in the city are taking what they learn in urban areas ...

On Sep 4, 2020
@FERNnews shared
Scientists have published the most comprehensive genomes yet of three of the most troublesome weeds for U.S. farmers: waterhemp, smooth pigweed, and Palmer amaranth. @ACESIllinois https://t.co/XpU447tqWw
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Genomes published for major agricultural weeds

Genomes published for major agricultural weeds

URBANA, Ill. – Representing some of the most troublesome agricultural weeds, waterhemp, smooth pigweed, and Palmer amaranth impact crop production systems across the U.S. and elsewhere with ...

On Sep 2, 2020
@WorldResources shared
RT @restoreforward: Farmers in Brazil #RestoreOurFuture by growing trees + restoring landscapes. There is no restored planet unless farmers take the lead: https://t.co/8XmoB0N1Wp https://t.co/wXMwfy8ODW
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4 Ways Farmers Can Adapt to Climate Change and Generate Income

4 Ways Farmers Can Adapt to Climate Change and Generate Income

Countries that rely on agricultural exports need to start thinking now about how they can protect that trade by boosting agricultural resilience to climate impacts.

On Sep 1, 2020
@NewHarvestOrg shared
RT @TamarHaspel: So much is interesting in this @benwurgaft review of the cultured meat documentary Meat the Future (@MTFFilm). Yes, lab-grown meat has promise, but cheap growth medium is a long way off, and steak is even farther away. But read it, it's really good. https://t.co/5Kpo0RmcVn
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A Culture of Promises: On Liz Marshall’s “Meat the Future”

A Culture of Promises: On Liz Marshall’s “Meat the Future”

The new documentary “Meat the Future” presents the case for cultured meat in terms that are almost naïve.