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Are You Dehumanised By The City

Most people have "been there, done that" or they are doing it now. Most people avoid it like the plague, but some people live and work in it. There you are, and you're stuck in your car, during rush hour traffic, and it's bumper to bumper on some main downtown thoroughfare, boulevard or even on the "expressway"! You've been living in the city for a while, breathing in the exhaust and fumes from factories and millions of cars; the tall buildings and cement cities just keep it all hovering over you, blocking out the true sunlight and all your vitamin D. What can you do?

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Pressure grows for global “common understanding” on organic

With the organic market worth $62.9 billion worldwide and producers straddling 162 countries, there has never been a greater need for a “common understanding” on organic food and farming. That’s the conclusion of Beate Huber, head of international cooperation at FiBL, the world’s leading organic research organisation. Huber was one of several leading experts discussing latest statistics and trends in the global organic industry brought together in the 2013 edition of The World of Organic Agriculture.

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Russia's small-scale organic agriculture model may hold the key to feeding the world

Imagine living in a country where having the freedom to cultivate your own land, tax-free and without government interference, is not only common but also encouraged for the purpose of promoting individual sovereignty and strong, healthy communities. Now imagine that in this same country, nearly all of your neighbours also cultivate their own land as part of a vast network of decentralized, self-sustaining, independent "eco-villages" that produce more than enough food to feed the entire country.

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