AGROECOLOGY AUDIO-VISUAL RESOURCES Videos, films, Lectures, infographics Related to AgroEcology In alphabetical order
Agroecology versus Industrial Agriculture [Posters & Illustrations] African Centre for Biodiversity -- Dec 2016 "It is clear that the industrial model is unsustainable, lacks nutrition, destroys livelihoods, and is an unsuitable model as we move into an increasingly uncertain future. We need radical reforms in agriculture and food systems, which are ecologically and socially just, and ensure safe, healthy, and nutritional food for current and future generations."
Black Gold: The Secrets of Compost GardenAfrica -- 2013
Fighting for Seeds and Soil Film by Dan Iles, Global Justice Now -- 27 May 2016 "The New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition is an aid scheme run by the G7 that claims to have a bold plan of lifting 50 million people out of poverty by 2022. But, in return for aid, African countries have to make changes to their seed and land laws that benefit big business at the expense of small-scale farmers. These farmers face the risk of land grabs, seed privatisation, the spread of harmful chemicals and threats to their livelihoods from the New Alliance." Sign the Petition! Call on the UK to stop support for the New Alliance!
Food Mythbusters - Do We Really Need Industrial Agriculture to Feed the World Real Food Media Project, Anna Lappé and Corporate Accountability International With script, citations and companion reading guide, 6:30 minutes -- Oct 2012
Open Sesame: The Story of Seeds [Film, 82 minutes] A film by Sean Kaminsky, Open Pollinated Productions -- 2015 In this film you will meet a diverse range of individuals whose lives center around seeds. Farmers. Renegade gardeners. Passionate seed savers. Artists. Seed activists. This film tells the story of seeds by following their challenges and triumphs as they work to save this precious resource. It’s not too late…yet.
Seeds of Sovereignty [Video] (Builds on the the previous film, Seeds of Freedom) Film by Jess Phillimore, Gaia Foundation and African Biodiversity Network -- Dec 2013 "At the heart of each community’s story lies the seed, symbol of renewal and life. Exploring their relationship to seed and its deep cultural and spiritual significance the film draws attention to the vital importance of seed diversity to humanity’s collective resilience and health and that of the ecosystems we rely on."36.34 minutes
Soil: Our Climate Ally Underfoot Center for Food Safety -- 23 Sep 2013