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Julian Darley

Julian Darley on Deconstructing Dinner

26 Oct 2006 |
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Global Public Media's Julian Darley spoke in Vancouver in February 2006, and the Vancouver-based Necessary Voices Society was on hand to record his presentation. In October, Deconstructing Dinner featured his presentation in a program about the relationship between food and fossil fuels.
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Peak Moment: The Vancouver Food Policy Council

15 Oct 2006 | |
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Vancouver's food charter calls for a "just and sustainable food system." Council member Spring Gillard elaborates on city-wide collaborations to improve access to groceries, waste management, institutional food purchasing, and a goal of 2010 food-producing garden plots by 2010. Episode 35.
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Reality Report: Author & Locavore Jessica Prentice

18 Sep 2006 |
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Today's guest on the Reality Report is Jessica Prentice, cofounder of the Locavores, a San Francisco Bay Area group that gathers it's food from within 100 miles of where they live. Prentice is also a professional chef and author of the book "Full Moon Feast", a culinary tour through the year that details the history of food in different cultures. Her website is WiseFoodWays.com. Jason Bradford hosts The Reality Report, broadcast on KZYX&Z in Mendocino County, CA.
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David Holmgren on H2

31 Jul 2006 |
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Permaculture co-originator David Holmgren talks to GPM correspondent Andi Hazelwood about H2, his Australian capital cities speaking tour with Richard Heinberg. Holmgren also discusses the responses he gets from policy makers, how he responds to "techno-fixers", how oil depletion will affect Australia differently than other affluent countries, and why food security needs to become a major component of the urban sustainability discussion.
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Deconstructing Dinner in Canada

10 Mar 2007 |
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Deconstructing Dinner is a weekly radio program produced at Kootenay Co-op Radio in Nelson, British Columbia, Canada. The program discusses the impacts our food choices have on ourselves, our communities and the planet. Deconstructing Dinner is broadcast on seven radio stations and is available for download on the program's web site or via a podcast feed.
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Peak Moment: The Future of Fruit

14 Nov 2004 | |
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Chris Bierwagen's family farm has produced organic fruit since the early 1900s. Their challenges include weather, cost of labor, and marketing fresh fruit, including competition from cheap fruit products of other countries. Message: Buy from local farmers--that's where food comes from, not grocery stores! Episode 8.
Miguel Altieri

Miguel Altieri on industrial agriculture and agroecology

10 Sep 2004 |
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Miguel Altieri, Professor, Division of Insect Biology at Berkeley University and leader of the Agroecology Project talks to GPM about many different aspects of agriculture and food security: the green revolutions, land reform, biotechnology, agroecology and much more.
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Peak Moment: Conserving Farmland

14 Nov 2004 | |
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Increasing local food production requires preserving agricultural land rather than developing it. Conservation easements on Bill and Anna Trabucco's ranch preserves agricultural land now supporting a grass-fed cattle operation. Episode 1.
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BBC Radio's "Farming Today" on energy depletion, alternative fuels and food security

06 Jan 2006 |
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BBC Radio's daily "Farming Today" report on Friday 6th January 2006 begins with, There are seven and a half million people in the greater London area. They all need feeding. But what would happen if the oil ran out?"
John Jeavons

John Jeavons discusses sustainable agriculture with Julian Darley

29 Aug 2004 |
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John Jeavons, developer of "Grow Biointensive" culture, sits down with Julian Darley in Willits, California to discuss peak oil's impact on traditional agriculture and the multitude of benefits offered by sustainable growing methods.