On Friday 16th October from 4.30 until 6.30pm there’s a Food Sovereignty workshopFood Journey happening at the Yard in Hulme (41 Old Birley Street). Followed at 7pm that same evening by a film screening of Symphony of the Soil – introduced by the film maker as part of her international tour!
Community Centred Knowledge- the workshop facilitators -describe Food Journey as a multi-sensory, immersive experience, exploring the colonial history of our foodways. Participating in this journey will help you to understand how the unique, historical trade and aid routes of Britain link it to its present day impact on culture tastes, health, community, economics and oppressions. The workshop is free but reserve a place by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
Then at 7pm Sarah Redman of Paradigm Films will be welcoming Deborah Koons Garcia (the last wife of Jerry Garcia of The Grateful Dead) to introduce her latest 2013 documentary feature film Symphony of the Soil the final screening of her European Tour in this International Year of The Soil (2015). She will also be doing a Director Q&A after the screening. Tickets are £6 and available at:https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/date/200254
Hi Marc, a bit off topic, but sometime ago, I commented on one of your posts. I pointed out that we humans can live on this planet because the oxygen level is 20 – 22%. And with rising CO2 levels, this would adversely impact us human beings. This was just a common-sense observation and not a lab or book-based research. I have now come across an article, that supports my common-sense theory: http://thkpr.gs/3714853. And I did think we had gone over the 450 ppm CO2, last year?