Vandana Shiva

Deirdre Fulton, staff writer
We have good peer-reviewed science showing the scaling up of regenerative organic agriculture can reverse climate change, end the loss of biodiversity, stop the poisoning of our children and planet and very importantly, nourish all people with high quality food," says Andre Leu, president of IFOAM Organics International. (Photo: via Regeneration Intl)
'Agroecology is political; it requires us to challenge and transform structures of power in society.'
Jon Queally, staff writer
It has been declared 'the International Year of the Soil,' but the year ahead,...
Jon Queally, staff writer
One man, backed by many, marches on Washington to tell lawmakers and the world...