Farm to Table
“We don’t understand where our food and our air come from anymore, and I think that is a problem for people living in cities. Of course, we can’t expect people all to live in hydroponic greenhouses in their flats, but we should get ourselves closer to the foods that we eat and the flavors that we taste,”
Did you know that rural farmers around the world face various challenges on a yearly basis? The main challenge, though, is the same regardless of where in the world: to access information on how to produce, and sell, more of their produce.
Ocean Clean Up
These garbage patches won’t go away by themselves. Even if we were to close the tap today the plastic would still be there in 100 years.
I distribute every day for two weeks, to 20 households in my village. If people are not in, I go to other households, then I keep going back until I find them.
Heart for Refugees
We place mats on the ground. Almost all the children are on the ground, either on mats or their mothers’ wrappers – provided they sleep and wake up peacefully in the morning.
I never feel danger in the forest. It’s my biggest home. You will have to kill me first before you kill the trees.
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