The Drynet podcast series “Good Food for a Better Normal” is a series of conversations with visionary experts from around the world, exploring some of the most pressing environmental challenges that relate to life on land, and the people who use the land to produce food.
The COVID crisis has brought the fault lines of modern food systems into sharp focus and exposed the most vulnerable to great hardship. Industrial agriculture contributes to unhealthy diets and cost the earth in terms of environmental impacts like global warming and loss of biodiversity. Gain new insights into the complex systems that sustain life on the planet and put food on our tables.
The podcast series presents the view and insights of:
COMING SOON: two French language editions of the podcast series
> Drynet podcast episode 7: Silvestre Tiemtoré, sociologist, philosopher and Coordinator of the Permanent Secretariat of NGOs in Burkina Faso shares insights about food systems in his country and advocates for an agroecological transformation of farming.
> Drynet podcast episode 8: Mariam Sow, chair of the board of directors of Environment Development Action in the Third World (ENDA-TM), shares insights into her journey to ecological agriculture and advocates against land grabbing.
You can download the podcast here on Podbean and on the Apple Store. Alternatively, find the episodes by searching for The Drynet Podcast Series on whatever podcast platform you use.
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