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This bullsh*t might save the world - composting cow manure with biochar | Thomas Rippel | TEDxZurich
Thomas Rippel has a vision to turn the world's soils into a lush paradise, reverse global warming and reduce world hunger by living in symbiosis with cows and composting their manure with biochar. For this vision, cows should only eat grass and clover from pastures like the alps and from crop rotation. And the number of cows on this planet should not be determined by our appetite for meat, but by the amount of grass and clover available to us in this wonderful symbiosis. And lastly, farmers should compost the manure of their cows with biochar, giving us all the organic fertilizer we need to grow grains and vegetables for humans without needing any chemical fertilizers.
Prabhupada speaks during a Bhagavad-gita 8.1 Lecture in Geneva on June 7, 1974
Prabhupada speaks during a Srimad-Bhagavatam 1.13.12 Lecture in Geneva on June 3, 1974
Prabhupada speaks during a Srimad-Bhagavatam 1.13.11 Lecture in Geneva on June 2, 1974
Le lieutenant-colonel Karl-Heinz Inäbnit, suppléant du commandant de la place d’armes de Bure, nous explique pourquoi les avions de chasse suisses n’ont pas pu intervenir durant le détournement d’avion qui a eu lieu lundi à Cointrin.
Prabhupada speaks during a General Lecture in Geneva on June 6, 1976
Prabhupada speaks during a Srimad-Bhagavatam 1.13.15 Lecture in Geneva on June 4, 1974
Prabhupada speaks during a General Lecture in Geneva on June 6, 1974
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Urban agriculture has been real for decades, starting with the industrialization of Western Europe in the 20th century. Urban agriculture has been also well practiced in poor economies such as Cuba, where it serves as an important way of self-reliance. Today, with conventional agriculture “Big Ag” being at a cross-road in terms of its ecological impact on the environment and the increased food demand of a population growing to 9bn people by 2050, urban agriculture may very well be one key of a solution for the 21st century.