In just a week's time the hugely important United Nations conference in Rio, Brazil, (Rio+20) will be taking some big decisions on the future course of farming. These decisions will affect what rights farming families, often living in the poorest areas of the poorest countries of the world, might be able to expect in the years ahead. And at this same Rio meeting, crucial decisions on the future environmental impact of the food we eat and the way chemicals are used to produce it, are expected to be made. So if you care about how your food is produced and you also care about humanity please read on, visit www.globalagriculture.org and sign the 'Time to act' and Nourish9billion-initiative petitions.
14 June 2012 | 0 Comments
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