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Could Food Insecure Africa Have Found a Saviour in Farming God’s Way?

argylesock says… I wasn’t going to read this article, because I don’t believe in God. But lots of people do, and anyway the ideas now labelled ‘Farming God’s Way’ sound very sensible.

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Electric cars and bacterial plastics

We need to get better at using organisms. Organisms are alive so they can breed. That is, they’re renewable. Some of them can be used in ways that, people claim, are sustainable. That is, using some organisms is supposed to … Continue reading

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Reducing food waste: more than just cleaning your plate‏

Food waste is wasteful. It offends me whenever I see it. I grew up with parents who’d lived in England through the 2nd World War. They’d known ration books. We learned ‘waste not, want not.’ I learned to ‘have eyes … Continue reading

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