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Re: [permaculture] "How to Save the World" - Biodynamics in India
Word comes from New Zealand that this DVD about
biodynamic farming in India has been released.
"How to Save the World"
- One Man, One Cow, One Planet -
YouTube has a brief review from the director,
Barbara Burstyn, who explains that it is more than
a film about a brilliant farming method, but a political
film about globalization, the deteriation of land due
to chemical farming, and food sovereignty; it alludes to
a blue-print for a post-industrial future.
> "How to Save the World"
> - One Man, One Cow, One Planet -
> Press Release
> A film about biodynamics in India featuring the work of Peter Proctor,
> a 78-year old farmer from New Zealand who has helped shepherd
> the rapid growth of biodynamics in India over the last ten years.
> Narrated by Peter Coyote.
> By Thomas and Barbara Burstyn with Cloud South Films in New Zealand
> Due for release December 1st, 2006.
> "The film explains biodynamics and how to grow biodynamically.
> It explores the political implications of the present world food system.
> We make the point that biodynamic farming may be the best hope this
> world has," said Barbara Burstyn.
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