FAF#3: sunny and busy
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On Thursday May 30, about 50 people gathered in the Lutkemeer polder, in Amsterdam West, to occupy a terrain for the 3rd edition of the Food Autonomy Festival. Activists chose to set up the festival on the same field where the action camp “Kampeer in de Lutkemeer” took place in … verder lezen

Programme Food Autonomy Festival
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Most preperations for the Food Autonomy Festival are ready. Just a few last things to do. We are looking forward to the weekend! Hopefully you as well! This is the schedule of the programe with the times and locations of all workshops: On the general page of the festival you … verder lezen

Successful Agroecological Case Studies: #2 Chololo Ecovillage, Tanzania
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In central Tanzania, the project Chololo Ecovillage was launched in 2011 as a response to effects of climate change that are already affecting agricultural production, such as changing rainfall patterns. The success of the project can be attributed among other things to a multi-dimensional approach: not only production practices, but … verder lezen

Creatures from the earth rise up: “Stop Yara!”
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Wednesday morning, November 28th, activists from the Fossil Free Agriculture campaign protested in front of the European Mineral Fertilizer Summit against the use of synthetic fertilizers and the influence of fertilizer companies on climate policies. This summit, which took place in a hotel in Badhoevendorp, had employees of fertilizer giant … verder lezen

Taking action to change food systems – training weekend
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Mid-October, while the sun was still shining, ASEED joined the training weekend “Taking action to change food systems” organised by the “Peasant Action Brigades” citizens’ network and FIAN Belgium.

The world against fracking
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On Saturday, the 13th of October, people from all over the world joined forces for the “Global Gas Down, Frack Down Day of Action” to protest against gas extraction and fracking. ASEED also took action by supporting the student organisation Fossielvrij Groningen. “These peoples’ lives are in limbus”. Chris Ashford … verder lezen

Solidarity with Hambach Forest! Stop Climate change!
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From the threatened Lutkemeerpolder in Amsterdam we stand in solidarity with everyone fighting to protect the Hambach Forest, which is at this moment being destroyed by RWE and the German state. Hambach is one of the oldest forests of Europe and is being cut for the expansion of the Hambach … verder lezen

Action Camp in the Lutkemeerpolder
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Come and camp in the Lutkemeer while it is still possible… Since this Amsterdam polder is threatened to disappear in exchange for yet another unnecessary company terrain. For this reason, a widely supported action weekend, led by platform Behoud Lutkemeerfrom, is organised from Sept. 14-16. See www.behoudlutkemeer.nl for the full … verder lezen

Building a Fossil Free Agriculture Campaign
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ASEED Europe is calling on all interested people to join an open campaign meeting on Sunday June 17th in Amsterdam. During this meeting we will speak about launching a new Fossil Free Agriculture campaign. The central question to be discussed is which steps we can take in the Netherlands to … verder lezen

Second Food Autonomy Festival
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On May 26 the second Food Autonomy Festival (FAF) is going to take place in Bajesdorp in Amsterdam. The Food Autonomy Festival (FAF) is about presenting and celebrating alternatives and resistance to the state and corporate-controlled industrial food system. We are happy to announce the theme of this second edition: … verder lezen

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