GREENPEACE INTERNATIONAL — Ecological farming re-connects people with food through farmers, using science to enhance and sustain biodiversity — PLANET EARTH BUTTERFLIES, BEES, BUGS, AND INSECTS group

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Our Food, Our Future

There is a better system. Scientific progress means that positive change is possible. Ecological farming re-connects people with food through farmers, using science to enhance and sustain biodiversity and its healthier harvests. While industrial farming ignores the drastic consequences of climate change and adds to them, ecological farming works with a world in a state of flux, and always with the future in mind.

Today, progressive ecological techniques, together with individual daily choices empower us to farm, cook, eat and change the future of food, together.

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