A new book published by Biovision and the Foundation of Future Farming takes stock and concludes: the situation has drastically worsened. But signs of change are there.
The natural resources for the year 2020 have been used up – later than expected because of the coronavirus, but we are still living at the expense of future generations and biodiversity.
How will we know whether we have taken the right path towards achieving the UN sustainable development goals? SDSN Switzerland focuses on measuring success.
Regina Muthama from Kenya has been training smallholders in the methods of ecological agriculture on behalf of Biovision since 2006. How is she finding the corona crisis in Machakos, where she herself lives?