One of the ASEED interns conducted an in-depth study on the history of the Lutkemeerpolder as a Master Thesis research for the programme of Sustainable Development at Utrecht University (Faculty of Geosciences). … verder lezen
Klima Kollektivet from Denmark published the cool brochure ‘Industrial Agriculture and Climate Chaos’. The brochures in Danish, English and German have been distributed widely during the Code Rood camp and action this … verder lezen
Corporate Europe Observatory, an organisation which keeps an eye on the corporate lobby in Brussels, published a new brochure: ‘Lobby Planet’. It features: 135 big business lobby actors representing different industry interests; … verder lezen
“The climate crisis is a food system crisis” is a new publication from ASEED that outlines the climate impacts of the industrial food system and how a select few transnational corporations maintain … verder lezen
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It is time for food sovereignty
(ASEED juni 2012)
Food is hot. More and more people want to know where their food is coming from and how it is produced. Small-scale initiatives to grow or distribute your own food are gaining popularity. In other words: it it time for food sovereignty, also in the Netherlands.
ASEED has recently published a brochure about food sovereignty. This brochure explains what is wrong with the current agriculture and food system and presents food sovereignty as an alternative. It also contains concrete examples of how you can strive towards food sovereignty in the Netherlands yourself.
In 2009 ASEED organised a conference on GMO free zones in the Netherlands together with Greenpeace and organic chain organisation Bionext (then still called Biologica). A reader with backgrounds and a report … verder lezen
Monopolisation of seeds – This brochure takes a look at the current state of affairs regarding monopolisation in the seed market of Europe and the Netherlands, and examines the implications for the future of food and farming as we know it.
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