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Associative Economics

Bio-Agriculture: a solution to climate change

Carbon

Carbon is a hot issue just now.  I hope this paper will stimulate a higher order of thinking on the subject . It is a lightly abridged translation by David Heaf of a transcript of a lecture given on The Agricultural Conference in Dornach on the 7thFebruary 2007 by Gunter Gebhard.

I thank Richard Swann, editor of the UK biodynamic journal Star & Furrow, for providing this paper.

Phenomenology of Carbon Chemistry Gunter Gebhard

Feeding the world

  • A United Nations report published March 8 2011 tells how: Agroecological farming can double food production within 10 years, while mitigating climate change and alleviating poverty. The annual report to the UN’s Human Rights Council, by the Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food Olivier de Schutter, urges policy support for and investments in agroecology. For further discussion of agroecology see: http://www.panna.org/science/agroecology
  • Download De Schutter’s 20-page report, where compelling evidence is presented, from: http://www.srfood.org/index.php/en/component/content/article/1-latest-news/1174-report-agroecology-and-the-right-to-food
  • for a summary see: Agroecological Farming flier 1210

New View

http://www.newview.org.uk/new_view.htm see other links page

There is a very interesting article Japan’s Crisis and Opportunity: Fukushima (Island of Good fortune) by Terry Boardman published in the current edition of New View  2nd quarter – Spring 2011.  www.newview.org.uk

If you would like a copy email me at office@biodynamics2024.com.au

Rudolf Steiner

Social Ecology

Stuart B Hill


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