Terra Preta do Indio – Die Graswurzelrevolution

May 18, 2014

Terra Preta do Indio

Schwarzerde hat das Potenzial, mehrere Krisen gleichzeitig zu meistern: die Klimakrise, die Hungerkatastrophe und die Hygienemisere in Slums. Und das alles ohne Großkonzerne, sondern in einer Agrarrevolution von unten. Ute Scheub besuchte einen ihrer Wiederentdecker, den Bodenkundler Haiko Pieplow, am nördlichen Rand von Berlin.

via Die Graswurzelrevolution | 52 Wege.


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