Category: Agriculture

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Fundamental Additions and Changes in global food systems

Fundamental Additions and Changes in global food systems

According to Several European Governments eyesonproject Amsterdam, 11 june 2024– Global food systems must undergo tremendous and deep social, ecological and economic changes if the human rights charters want to be respected worldwide.  Our global eyeson…project wants to encourage, throughout the world, the production of local agro ecological food, without climate impacts, equitable and participatory.  We…
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Syntropic Farming in Indonesia: Cultivating Abundance and Regeneration

Syntropic Farming in Indonesia:

Cultivating Abundance and Regeneration eyesonindonesia 1. Introduction Ernst Götsch’s revolutionary approach to agriculture, known as syntropic farming, has the potential to transform Indonesia’s agricultural landscape. By integrating principles from natural ecosystems, syntropic farming offers a sustainable and regenerative alternative. Let’s explore how this concept can be applied in Indonesia. 2. Understanding Syntropic Farming Syntropic farming…
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Sustainable Food & Agri-sector

Sustainable Food & Agri-sector

By 2050 there will be nearly 10 billion mouths to feed. And though we produce more food today than at any other time in history, our food system is under stress. Climate change impacts threaten predictable growing seasons and grower livelihoods. Soil health and biodiversity are in decline. An estimated one third of food produced…
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Netflora: Empowering Indonesia’s Rainforests with AI

eyesonindonesia 1. Introduction The lush rainforests of Indonesia, akin to the Amazon, harbor immense ecological wealth. These verdant ecosystems, however, face mounting threats from deforestation, illegal logging, and climate change. Enter Netflora, an ingenious AI technology developed by Embrapa, which holds the promise of revolutionizing Indonesia’s forest conservation efforts. 2. Netflora: A Beacon of Hope…
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Belém, Para, Brazil, center of bioeconomy Amazonia

Belém, Pará, Brazil, center of bioeconomy Amazonia

For a year, the center of the climate world eyesonbrasil Amsterdam, 24 april 2024– In 2025, the climate summit, COP30, will be organized in Belém.  Why it is so special that it takes place there and why a visit by agricultural and nature organizations before the COP is worthwhile. The Dutch LNV is committed to…
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Ecological Agriculture in Indonesia

Ecological Agriculture in Indonesia: Nurturing Prosperity and Nature

eyesonindonesia 1. The Rise of Social Enterprises in Rural Indonesia In the heart of Indonesia’s rural landscapes, a quiet revolution is underway. Social enterprises (SEs) are emerging as beacons of hope, bridging the gap between economic prosperity and environmental stewardship. These SEs, rooted in ecological principles, offer a fresh perspective on sustainable development. Let’s explore…
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Latin America’s Palm Oil Surge

Latin America’s Palm Oil Surge: A Challenge for Indonesia’s Agribusiness

The Battle for Green Gold eyesonindonesia Indonesia and Malaysia have long reigned supreme in the palm oil industry, their lush plantations stretching across the equator. But now, a new contender emerges from the fertile soils of Latin America. As palm oil production in this region gains momentum, Indonesia faces both competition and opportunity. Let’s explore…
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Insights from Nobel Laureate John Clauser

Navigating the Climate Change Debate:

Insights from Nobel Laureate John Clauser eyesonindonesia 1. The Controversial Standpoint Challenging the Consensus In a world grappling with the urgency of climate change, Nobel Prize winner Dr. John Clauser has emerged as a contrarian voice. His assertion—that there is no climate crisis—has sparked heated debates and raised eyebrows among scientists, policymakers, and concerned citizens…
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How planting trees is bringing clean water to a tropical nation

How planting trees is bringing clean water to a tropical nation

The Dominican Republic’s forests are being cut down for grazing land – and it’s also having a serious effect on the water supply. Is planting new trees a natural solution to the crisis? by Lucy Sherriff / BBC Nothing, not even a drop, came out. Even the pipes, which usually gurgled in anticipation, stayed silent.…
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Visualising the Great Pacific Garbage Patch

Visualising the Great Pacific Garbage Patch

In 1997 Captain Charles Moore was sailing from Hawaii to California when he noticed a steady stream of plastics bobbing in the ocean. He had discovered the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. by Frankie Adkins / BBC Over a thousand miles from land in the central North Pacific Ocean, the boat captain and oceanographer Captain Charles…
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