Hunger explained ?

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The ambition of this site, created in June 2013, is to try and inform on the food issue and to debunk myths on hunger (More on myths on hunger...) so that the honest citizens of the XXIst century that we are, are able to better understand the world around us and act in order to change it and make a reality of the utopia of a world without hunger. [read more]

Acknowledgements would like to thank all those who provided their support and encouragement, particularly Andrew MacMillan, Hélène Basquin, Jocelyne Recalde, Byron Ponce Segura, Mathias Maetz, Andrea Ponce Juárez, Francesca Selvetti, Maria-Grazia Quieti, Coumba Dieng and Frédéric Dévé. 

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Hunger being man-made, it can be unmade by human decisions and action

On 1/04/2015

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Most visited pages: (1) Food Crises; (2) Insufficient support; (3) Exclusion; (4) Seventh principle;   (5) Facts and Figures

Most downloaded files: (1) Food security (2) Stakeholders (3) Genetic Resources; (4) Land and Hunger; (5) The paradox of food and agricultural policies


14 April 2015 - For a more sustainable agriculture : three myths to debunk

Chemical fertiliser use, ploughing and monocropping are practices that are not favourable to sustainable soil fertility. [read]

3 April 2015 - Researchers show that organic agriculture generates more economic value than conventional agriculture

An international team of researchers showed that if you account for the positive externalities it generates, organic agriculture systematically creates more economic value than conventional agriculture. [read]

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