“real world solutions that are achievable”: governments, please take note and act accordingly!
I am drawing a long bow to make a connection between the following story and Tasmania; simply the link to this extraordinary well researched information was given to me by a Tasmanian resident and I am a Tasmanian resident also; plus the content of the film and the flow on resources will impact what I do at my Tasmanian home and when I return as a volunteer at the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens.
This blog post was motivated by a free film which is being screened online: The Need to Grow
This film is about clever people finding and showing solutions to some of the soil and food problems on this planet. Memorable comments included:
- We have an estimated 60 years of farmable soil left on the planet; soil that is suitable for mass food growing.
- Earth has lost a third of its farmable soil in the last 40 years.
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