De strategie van de kromme komkommers

Een nieuwe docufilm bij Vokomokum over een tuincoöperatie bij Freiburg In het Duits, Engels ondertiteld Datum: vrijdag 25 oktober Aanvangstijd: 20:00 (duur ca. 1 uur) Adres: Plantage Doklaan 8, Amsterdam Oorspronkelijke titel: … verder lezen

Landbouw leeft in Amsterdam

Na een mooie en groeizame zomer staan er voor de komende dagen en weken in Amsterdam activiteiten op stapel die te maken hebben met de productie van voedsel. Van festivals tot filmvertoningen … verder lezen

30 juni – ASEED Café no. 3 – Groenten Groeien

Iedere laatste zondag van de maand ASEEDcafé @ Dokhouse Gallery – Plantage Doklaan 8 – Amsterdam Zondag 30 Juni Kom langs en ontmoet deze maand mede-moestuinierders, stadslandbouwers, balkonverbouwers en aankomende groentegroeiers. Als … verder lezen

ASEED Café – zondag 28 april

Programma Actitiviteit: Workshop Writing Stories Ronde I: 2pm – 4pm ~ High Tea ~ Ronde II: 4.30-6.30 Veganistisch Diner 7pm

Get to know VersVoko de Pijp

After a winter with some bad luck – due to sudden frost there were very little vegetable and therefore we had to skip VersVoko a few times – we will start again … verder lezen

Inspectiegroep onthult Monsanto’s verborgen agenda

ImageNovember 2nd 2010, Enkhuizen, The Netherlands – Today around thirty climate conscious citizens paid a visit to the main premises of international agri-chemical giant Monsanto in the Netherlands. The aim was to find clues about the company's hidden agenda. Their suspicions were aroused by the company's new claims to feed and fuel the world, which somehow do not match Monsanto’s current atrocious human rights and environmental record.… verder lezen

Succesvolle blokkade van Monsanto bij Bergschenhoek

ImageOn May 17 2010 about 40 persons of the action group 'Roundup Monsanto' blocked both gates of the Monsanto seed company in Bergschenhoek (near Rotterdam). 'Roundup Monsanto' wants Monsanto to back out of the seed market, and demand an end to patents on seeds and living organisms. Monsanto and other agro-chemical multinationals are lobbying the Dutch government and the EU for legislative changes that would make it easier for large companies to take control of the seed market and food production.[1] The blockade took place at the former De Ruiter Seeds, acquired by Monsanto in 2008, where research laboratories, offices, greenhouses, and a central storage for seeds and seedlings are to be found.… verder lezen

17 April: Activisten blokkeren Cargill in Gent

ImageThursday April 17th, the international day of farmers struggles, the group Agrocrisis blocked a Cargill company firm in the harbour of Ghent, Belgium. Some 30 activists began the action at around 6h30 in the morning and lasted until after 5 p.m. During all that time, not one truck with soy could enter or leave the firm. Some activists had locked themselves with pipes and bicycle chains at the gate, so it was impossible to open the entrance without brute force. The staff of the firm, scared of bad publicity, chose therefore to let the activists occupy the gate and didn't ask the police to intervene.… verder lezen

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