Month: December 2015

Soil Manifesto Gets Grassroots Support In Paris

Written By Chris Kerston

We took our Soil Manifesto to Paris during the COP21 climate talks and were in awe of the support that we received from other organizations as well as the people in the streets. The diversity of people supporting the manifesto included city workers, farmers, university professors, other NGO’s as well as government… Read more »

Slow Food Charlotte Hosts Savory Training

Written By Byron Shelton

Slow Food Charlotte based in North Carolina, USA says on their website “The culture of food connects us with our communities and our traditions. Slow Food works to build those communities and preserve the traditions of the table.” Also they are “dedicated to joining farms to markets” and “to helping with the… Read more »

Savory Collaborates at COP21 Paris

COP21 at Paris has come and gone. Long months, days and hours of hard work, intense dialogue, learning and negotiations, with the ultimate purpose of attempting to address the deep complexities of climate change – ecological, social and financial – have passed.

The outcome of COP21 was a collaborative global climate agreement, the first ever of… Read more »

Why Sustainability Isn’t Enough

Written and Submitted Amber Reece of White Oak Pastures

White Oak Pastures was inducted as a Savory Hub in October 2015. There were months of preparation that went into making the most of Allan’s first visit to South Georgia. We hit the ground running into this new journey, planning a two day event featuring Allan Savory… Read more »