Making your own bread restores something significant we have lost in our lives from the industrial food system. It restores biodiversity to our food and reconnects us to the food we eat. Through the amazing world of microbiology, each loaf of bread is enriched by a unique mix of bacteria which connects us in a very special way to the food we eat. Connecting our food to the soil it’s grown in, the kitchen it’s baked in and even the hands used to bake it.

A powerful story of an Indian village that went from drought and water poverty to water abundance. This story shows why education is such a powerful force for change

millions of people alive today will be there as 2100 arrives, inheriting the century my generation will leave behind. All the decisions we make, for better and worse, will be theirs to live with


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The most sophisticated and largest program of sustainable urban agriculture ever undertaken, with more than 383,000 urban farms, covering over 50,000 hectares of land, producing more than 1.5 million tons of vegetables and supplying 70 percent or more of all the fresh vegetables consumed in cities.