"Hunger and malnutrition are man-made. They are hardwired in the design of the industrial, chemical model of agriculture. But just as hunger is created by design, healthy and nutritious food for all can also be designed, through food democracy. We are repeatedly told that we will starve without chemical fertilisers. However, chemical fertilisers, which are essentially poison, undermine food security by destroying the fertility of soil by killing the biodiversity of soil organisms, friendly insects that control pests and pollinators like bees and butterflies necessary for plant reproduction and food production."
This article by Vandana Shiva clearly spells out the problems with industrial chemical monoculture and shows that by comparison biodiverse, organic food production is far healthier and more nutritious.
It is of course the more natural way to produce food. It is clear that the earth can produce food in abundance, when it is properly grown and managed.
If you care about your health, your life and the future of the planet, it is the only way forward.
Via Dawn Lester