We have the solution to climate change & food security, help us share it with the world!
Accumulation of Salt on irrigated land has degraded an area the size of France and is causing $27.3 billion annually in lost crops
- United Nation University (2014)
Consecutive droughts spell disaster and hunger for Kenya in 2018. Millions are already in need of food aid and the situation is expected to worsen
- Irinnews.org (2018)
Millions of people across Indonesia are facing failed harvests and a shortage of clean water as a result of worsening drought conditions.
- Strait Times (2017)
“In many countries around the world, farmers are the most affected by droughts and they will move. With their cattle, with their children or whatever… And then… they won’t have many places to go. We have only one planet and they can’t go to space.”
- Ovais Sarmad, Deputy Executive Secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (2018)
We have the solution
"The Salt Farm Texel, supported by a number of professors from various Dutch universities, offered a report on saline agriculture to the Minister for Agriculture van Dam on Wednesday 22nd of February. The researchers report that a number of important crops are much more tolerant to salt than assumed hitherto."
‘’This has important implications for our water and agricultural policies in the Netherlands and food security in saline regions across the globe, that until now were depreciated for agricultural use’’ - prof. Peter van Bodegom of the Institute of Environmental Sciences CML, Leiden University (2017)
Our goal is to provide farmers with the means and knowledge of saline agriculture, in an effort to improve food security, with minimal impact on already scarce fresh water supplies. We provide a solution for the adverse consequences of climate change.
A challenging goal, for which we need all the support we can get.
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