Planting Seeds For A Regenerative Future, a conversation with Vandana Shiva

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You're invited to the biggest talk of the year! Internationally acclaimed activist and "Gandhi of grain", Vandana Shiva, will be sitting down with us to discuss some of our most pressing ecological and environmental issues. The Masterclass will take place on December 5 at 2 PM UTC Time. 

Her tenacious spirit has seen her become a defender of the poor and a true advocate for Earth's democracy. Join us as we explore eco-feminism, the ugly truth of GMOs, worldview, the threat of globalisation and the importance of localisation, indigenous wisdom, regenerative futures, biodiversity, and so much more!

The Movie will be available from 3rd - 5th of December

Also, enjoy an exclusive screening of the critically acclaimed documentary 'The Seeds of Vandana.' Showcasing her extraordinary journey from being a wilful daughter of a Himalayan forest conservator to one of the world's most powerful opponents of Monsanto. 

(we have limited spaces available for the movie, please register as soon as possible)

Vandana Shiva is an Indian scholar, environmental activist, food sovereignty advocate, ecofeminist and anti-globalisation author. 
An Indian physicist and social activist, shiva founded the Research Foundation for Science, Technology, and Natural Resource Policy (RFSTN), an organization devoted to developing sustainable methods of agriculture, in 1982.

Shiva has a long history of working on grassroots campaigns to prevent clear-cut logging and the construction of large dams. She's widely known, however, as a critic of Asia’s Green Revolution, an international effort that began in the 1960s to increase food production in less-developed countries through higher-yielding seed stocks and the increased use of pesticides and fertilizers. The Green Revolution, she maintains, leads to pollution, a loss of indigenous seed diversity and traditional agricultural knowledge, and the troubling dependence of poor farmers on costly chemicals.


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