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‘Organic Was Too Easy’: Why Alsace Is Leading the Biodynamic Charge In Alsace, France, where vineyard land is often passed down for generations, a sense of stewardship is palpable. This comes through in practices like handpicking the steep slopes and organic farming. It’s also apparent in the notably high number of wineries that use biodynamic practices in the vineyard, cellar or both. (Friday September 9th, 2022 — Wine Enthusiast Magazine)

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Hydrogen-Powered Passenger Trains Are Now Running in Germany They’re expected to keep some 4,000 tons of carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere each year (Wednesday September 7th, 2022 — Smithsonian Magazine - Washington DC USA)

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The 'walking' statues of Easter Island Living on a remote, barren isle bestowed with few resources, the Rapanui needed to combine ingenious design with flawless sculpting to move the massive moai without any machinery. (Wednesday September 7th, 2022 — BBC online)

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Hawaii Closes Its Last Coal-Fired Power Plant Hawaii is the first state to implement a complete coal ban, though other states have passed laws that will transition away from the power source in upcoming years, per the AP. (Tuesday September 6th, 2022 — Smithsonian Magazine - Washington DC USA)

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His family fished for generations. Now he’s hauling plastic out of the sea. Arapakis, now 28, had an idea: He would try to convince the fishing industry to treat plastic as a catch. In 2016, he launched a nonprofit focused on sea cleanup and fishing education called Enaleia, a play on Greek words that calls to mind sustainable fishing. Once the fishers brought the plastic ashore, he would recycle it and pay them for their trouble. Six years into the project, he has signed up more than half of Greece’s large-scale fishing fleet — hundreds of ships — to pull in the plastic they gather as they ply the Mediterranean. He plans to keep expanding globally. (Wednesday August 31st, 2022 — Washington Post - Washington DC USA)

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Natural ‘cures’ for pancreatic cancer Recent studies have demonstrated that Cannabis sativa (marijuana), Nigella sativa (black seed), Annona muricata (soursop), Curcuma longa (turmeric), Moringa oleifera, Piper nigrum (black pepper), dual thermal ablation technique among others could provide cure for pancreatic cancer.Commonly called weed, marijuana, hemp, igbo, gbana, kaya, wee-wee, or abana, Cannabis sativa has become a novel adjunct treatment for cancer, pain, poor appetite, nausea, epilepsy to mention but a few. (Monday August 29th, 2022 — The Guardian Nigeria)

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Fruit day or root day? Winery harvests shiraz grapes by the stars Carlei is also increasingly fascinated by another aspect of terroir that is a little more esoteric. In the early 2000s, he started following the biodynamic system of organic farming in his vineyards. (Wednesday August 24th, 2022 — Financial Review Magazine - Australia)

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Meet Herts' fabulous landscape artist Sally Bassett An alumni of the Rudolf Steiner School in Kings Langley, she recalls the spiritual, unhurried and creative approach which typifies the style of teaching: ‘Their vision of life is slightly different and I think that suited me.’ (Monday August 22nd, 2022 — Great British Life)

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What’s the Difference Between Natural, Vegan, Organic, Biodynamic, and 00 Wine? The official definition of biodynamic farming, according to the Biodynamic Association, is “a spiritual-ethical-ecological approach to agriculture, food production, and nutrition.” To Steiner, the method was a way to create a sustainable winemaking system, one that sees the vineyard as its own organism. (Sunday August 21st, 2022 — Bon Appetit)

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Want to see how climate change is stressing bees? Look at their wings. In a paper published this week, a team of British researchers found that four bumblebee species they studied appear to have become increasingly stressed by climate change over the past century. The stress appeared higher in the latter half of the century, they found, tracking with rising global temperatures and more frequent extreme weather. To arrive at their results, the scientists measured the wings of thousands of bumblebee specimens collected over more than 100 years and housed in a network of natural history museums (Saturday August 20th, 2022 — Washington Post - Washington DC USA)

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London Zoo's crocodile skin handbag display goes viral The bag was seized by UK border officials at a London airport back in 2018 and handed to the zoo in order to highlight the impact that the illegal wildlife trade is having across the globe. (Saturday August 13th, 2022 — BBC online)

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This fabulous nextgen natural farmer is a good role model to young people “We teach them mainly about organic. We do not promote or encourage them to use chemicals in their plots. Since we make and have our own organic foliars, they can use it instead of resorting to using chemicals. They also have access to our composts and naturally-made fertilizers. Aside from that, we also impart knowledge on biodynamic agriculture, and as much as possible, we encourage them to try the biodynamic calendar. (Saturday August 13th, 2022 — Manila Bulletin)

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Wines: agroecology, recycled glass, biodynamics… Five eco-responsible initiatives In Minervois, in the Hérault, this château is run in biodynamics, agroecology and agroforestry. Also, when INRAE ​​de Pech Rouge looked for winegrowers wishing to take part in a trial campaign to plant varieties resistant to powdery mildew and mildew, the family estate naturally volunteered. (Saturday August 13th, 2022 — California18)

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Meet the seed-saving couple living entirely off the land (except for salt) The village is home to the Koanga Institute, founded by organic and permaculture gardening guru Kay Baxter. Her life for the past 30 years has been dedicated to developing a precious collection of heritage seeds and fruit trees, first in Northland, then on leased land near Wairoa. But just over a year ago Kay, her husband Bob Corker and their team faced the biggest challenge of their lives: eviction. (Friday August 12th, 2022 — Stuff.co.nz)

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Valley Bounty: Ripe orchard fruit connecting earth to sky After working on conventionally managed orchards in the 1980s, Suprenant had enough of spraying trees, and inadvertently himself, with chemicals. “I wanted to grow food that I felt was healthier for people,” he says. Now he and Martin manage land with biodynamic practices. Developed by Austrian scientist and philosopher Rudolf Steiner and advanced by farmers around the globe, biodynamic farming promotes gentler inputs and a more holistic view of plant health. (Friday August 12th, 2022 — Daily Hampshire Gazette)

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This 17-Year-Old Designed a Motor That Could Potentially Transform the Electric Car Industry Robert Sansone’s research could pave the way for the sustainable manufacturing of electric vehicles that do not require rare-earth magnets (Thursday August 11th, 2022 — Smithsonian Magazine - Washington DC USA)

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This 17-Year-Old Designed a Motor That Could Potentially Transform the Electric Car Industry The highschooler had heard of a type of electric motor—the synchronous reluctance motor—that doesn’t use these rare-earth materials. This kind of motor is currently used for pumps and fans, but it isn’t powerful enough by itself to be used in an electric vehicle. So, Sansone started brainstorming ways he could improve its performance. (Thursday August 11th, 2022 — Smithsonian Magazine - Washington DC USA)

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Kaufland Celebrates Two Years Of Collaboration With Demeter German retailer Kaufland is celebrating two years of association with biodynamic agriculture group Demeter. As a member of the Demeter Association, the retailer not only constantly expands its Demeter range, but also supports biodynamic farming projects. (Monday August 8th, 2022 — European Supermarket Magazine)

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Horniman Museum to return 72 artefacts to Nigeria A London museum says it has agreed to return to Nigeria artefacts looted in the 19th Century from the Kingdom of Benin. (Sunday August 7th, 2022 — BBC online)

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Wood Wide Web: The secret, ancient internet of plants Long before humans invented the internet, the trees and plants hand created their own web for communication between individuals and species. This may sound crazy, but there’s a lot of science to back this up. Trees and fungi are connected through a dizzyingly complex underground network. Welcome to the Wood Wide Web. (Sunday August 7th, 2022 — ZME Science)

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