Natural fertilizers and traditional farming methods, if examined in unbiased studies outside of the influence of the agrochemical industry, could prove that organic farming methods can indeed feed the world.
In the midst of the debate surrounding meat consumption and livestock farming, author Simon Fairlie wades through the storm of misinformation to bring his well-researched book, “Meat: A Benign Extravagance,” to light. Fairlie delves into the social and environmental impacts of eating meat, specifically seeking to answer whether vegetarianism is indeed better for human and environmental health.
COVER: CHELSEA GREEN
Organic farming using traditonal farming methods and natural fertilizers can provide fresh, healthy produce.