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Return to the Good Earth

By: Third World Network
Return to the Good Earth
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  • Return to the Good Earth ISBN: 9789839957327 Paperback Dec 2000 Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
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Collects together the evidence of the devastating effects of modern agriculture and of the superiority of traditional and chemical-free agriculture which is based on ecologically sound principles.
`A comprehensive digest of articles, reports and cuttings from magazines, journals and newspapers. The dossier includes chapters on the impact of modern agriculture on the society and the environment of the Third World, the Green Revolution, seeds and genetic imperialism, the biotechnology threat, and traditional/organic methods of farming.' Patrick McCully, The Ecologist

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