My sincere apologies to everyone for the latest unexplained posting hiatus.
I guess the loss of a weekly idea for healthy thinking has not impacted your well-being, but it was rude not to explain myself.
Check out sustainably FED — Feeding everyone well for the reason.
Now replete with 150 posts and 150,000 words on the predicament of food, ecology and diet, our new sustainably FED website is a brain dump and a call to action to tackle the challenge that will determine if humanity survives itself
Globally, we grow enough food to feed everyone, but not always well, and around one billion people are food insecure. We are scraping through with 8 billion on a depleted soil resource but expect to feed more people with better food for generations to come.
Blind faith is way too risky a strategy for feeding the grandkids.
Threats to humanity
People will say that climate change is the greatest threat to humanity, others the inability to decouple energy use from economic growth, maybe nuclear armageddon will do it, and we agree that any of these or a dozen others could cause collapse.
Humanity’s success has got itself into a pickle of 8 billion souls with rights to existence and needs to meet.
We are in a perilous and precarious state.
But there is a bundle of issues that come together into feeding everyone well that are immediate and cannot be ignored—growing enough of the right food, getting that food to nourish everyone and doing it without wearing out the ecological engine that provides our sustenance is fundamental.
We don’t eat we starve.
Eat the wrong foods for too long, and we get sick.
So we have produced bite-sized thoughts and information on the food, ecology and diet integration where the solutions can be unearthed.
We chose five themes
The last is a catchall for the politics, policy and social dimensions of the problem, which is where the solutions are found.
Please take a look and encourage your peeps to have a look too.
Any early feedback will be much appreciated.
So this is why Alloporus has been out of ideas for healthy thinking—they all went to sustainably FED.
Hero image from photo by Eric Brehm on Unsplash