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This is a spirited interview with the pioneers of the U.S. Hemp Industry at the Canadian Hemp Trade Alliance (CJTA/ACCC) National Hemp Convention, Hemp 2014: Paving the Way held November 16-19, 2014 in Delta Winnepeg.
It's a spirited conversation that should not be missed.
- Edgar Winters, interviewer, of the Oregon Agriculture & Food Rural Consortium (OAFRC) and COO of Natural Good Medicines
- Anndrea Hermann, President of the Hemp Industries Association and a professor at Oregon State University. She addresses the steps necessary to building "a really solid legitimate industry" through Agronomy, the science and technology of producing and using plants for food, fuel, fibre, and land reclamation and emphasized, " while working with our partners and our colleagues around the world
- Doug Fine, " Everything I do as a journalist has a "sustainability and optimistic angle." A hemp advocate, he references a community-based tri-cropping blueprint found in his book, Hemp Bound: Dispatches from the Front Lines of the Next Agricultural Revolution.
The idea of "making polluters pay" is discussed by HRH The Prince of Wales at the Sustainability Food Trust's Event on True Cost Accounting, December 2013 and posted on January 13, 2014. It relates to discussions here in the United State around the practice of externalizing costs and risks. Here is John Fullerton of the Capital Institute addressing the issue of externalization and here is Larry O'Connor of LaTrobe University in Australia on Accounting Reform.
COWSPIRACY: The Sustainability Secret () is a groundbreaking feature-length environmental documentary following an intrepid filmmaker as he uncovers the most destructive industry facing the planet today, and investigates why the world's leading environmental organizations are too afraid to talk about it. Published on Jun 6, 2014
Produced by Kip Anderson & Keegan Kuhn, Animals United Movement A.U.M.
What's a marine biologist doing talking about world hunger? Well, says Jackie Savitz, fixing the world's oceans might just help to feed the planet's billion hungriest people. In an eye-opening talk, Savitz tells us what's really going on in our global fisheries right now — it's not good — and offers smart suggestions of how we can help them heal, while making more food for all.
Jacqueline Savitz is the Vice President for U.S. Oceans. Jackie’s background and training in marine biology and environmental toxicology combined with two decades of policy experience provides Oceana with a combination of sound science and clear environmental vision.
Published on May 20, 2014
December 14, 2012
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A Chipotle original series that explores the outrageously twisted world of industrial agriculture. Premieres Feb. 17 on Hulu. Published on Jan 26, 2014
Dow Chemical, the same company that brought us Dursban, Napalm, and Agent Orange, is now in the food business and is pushing for an unprecedented government approval: genetically engineered (GE) versions of corn and soybeans that are designed to survive repeated dousing with 2,4-D, half of the highly toxic chemical mixture Agent Orange. Do you trust Dow Chemical with your food?
Find out more about Dow Chemical's sordid history and what you can do to stop their new genetically engineered "Agent Orange" crops at http://www.dow-watch.org
Published on Jan 30, 2014
Will climate change drastically reduce our food production, or will it change what we produce?
This question from Twitter was posed to Goddard Space Flight Center's Molly Brown as part of NASA's Ask A Climate Scientist campaign, #askclimate
For more about the connection between climate variability and food production, go here: http://www.nasa.gov/content/goddard/c...
"A Billion Stuffed, A Billion Starved." Talk by Eric Holt-Gimenez, Executive Director of Food First - Institute for Food and Development Policy given August 2, 2013 at the Justice Begins With Seeds 2013 International Conference at Seattle First Presbyterian Church in Seattle, WA. Published on Aug 18, 2013 by TalkingStickTV
This testimony shows how, by saving and exchanging his seeds, a small farmer in El Salvador preserves biodiversity and contributes to fighting hunger. Communities of Bajo Lempa in El Salvador declared in 2013 their intention to focus on agroecology including protecting local seeds, defending the soil and preserving water sources.Published on Jun 7, 2013
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