In some of India’s harshest landscapes, people are still struggling to get their daily supply of water.
Practical Action’s work in Faridpur: it starts with making waste workers safe, healthy and respected, working in communes; changing attitudes across the city; making compost and vermiculture compost (from worms); and processing PET plastic to produce bags of recyclable plastic … Continued
The Soil Association tells us that “not one of the ten leading UK supermarkets monitor toxic pesticides in their soya supply chain.” This means that supermarket chickens sold this year may import over a million tonnes of toxic soya as … Continued
This is the story of D. Saravanan, a true environmentalist at heart, who dedicated nearly 25 years of his life to turning barren land into a green luscious forest spread over 100 acres, now known as the Aranya Forest and … Continued
Peter Ash’s soil fertility course This online course will tell you all you need to know about creating and maintaining fertile soil. This workshop unlocks the secrets of natural soil fertility as well as focuses on how to make the … Continued
Regenerative agriculture in Spain, where the gaps between vines are no longer ploughed, and the Knepp Estate in UK, where some areas are returning to being farmed. In the rewilding project, biodiversity is the product with meat as a by-product. … Continued