Vandana Shiva on the Smallholder Farmers Who Feed the World

TRANSCEND VIDEOS, 12 Nov 2018

Prof. Vandana Shiva | The Gaia Foundation – TRANSCEND Media Service

Opening of the We Feed the World exhibition in London, 11 Oct 2018. A photographic exhibition celebrating the smallholder farmers and fisherfolk who feed the world. www.wefeedtheworld.org


TRANSCEND Member Prof. Vandana Shiva is a physicist, ecofeminist, philosopher, activist, and author of more than 20 books and 500 papers. She is the founder of the Research Foundation for Science, Technology and Ecology, and has campaigned for biodiversity, conservation and farmers’ rights, winning the Right Livelihood Award [Alternative Nobel Prize] in 1993. She is executive director of the Navdanya Trust.

 

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One Response to “Vandana Shiva on the Smallholder Farmers Who Feed the World”

  1. rosemerry says:

    Thanks to Vandana and all those who worked in this project. Vandana Shiva is one of the most important contributors to the health and understanding of world agriculture in the world, with her indefatigable work and understanding of people and the environment.

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