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Monthly Archives: October 2009
USA: Halloween is the celebration for fall harvest, ghouls, seductive gypsy vampire dancing…? Lest not forget the Csárdás, a gypsy orchestra classic written by Italian-born composer Vittorio Monti around 1904, and seen here in a hot vampire hungrian folk dancing … Continue reading
Oakland, USA: Footage of interview shot by Global Oneness Project of People’s Grocery Co-founder and Executive Director Brahm Ahmadi speaking on efforts to transform our modern food system.
People’s Grocery wins the 2009 Green Alternative Honoree at MyHumanRightsHeroes.org.
An ache turning twinge and sudden emptiness forming a hot heart burning, and releases scorched earth policy in ways of words said aloud or words quiet, just thought that a life is suffering and churlish and yet somehow we find … Continue reading
San Francisco’s mandatory city-wide composting program becomes official city ordinance today. From Monday’s San Francisco Chronicle: The law, the most comprehensive in the country, is an aggressive push by Mayor Gavin Newsom to cut greenhouse gas emissions, return carbon to … Continue reading
From today’s TVNZ: Thousands of farmers staged protests across France and blocked traffic for about two hours on a section of the Champs Elysees avenue in Paris to demand the government help them combat a plunge in food prices. France’s … Continue reading
CHICAGO, USA: From Graffiti and Grub: “LaDonna Redmond was recently profiled in Time Magazine as one of only 25 “Responsibility Pioneers” nationwide.” From Time Magazine: LaDonna Redmond considers opening an organic-food market on Chicago’s South Side the act of a … Continue reading
Filmed July 2009, and posted October 2009: Every day, in a city the size of London, 30 million meals are served. But where does all the food come from? Architect Carolyn Steel discusses the daily miracle of feeding a city, … Continue reading
NEW SOUTH WALES, AUSTRALIA: Long-time permaculture worker Geoff Lawton explains to CNN the importance of composting, soil health and permaculture basics: Compost may not seem a sexy subject, but within this steaming pile, life is being created. “There’s organisms breathing … Continue reading