Solutions to Detox The World
The Detox Project supports proven sustainable solutions to feed the planet’s growing population without using harmful GMOs and large amounts of toxic pesticides:
- How Microbes can Feed the World
- How Organic can Feed the World
- How IAASTD World Experts advise to Feed The World
The 1st chart below (How Microbes can Feed the World-1) shows a 2 phase approach to sustainable agriculture can include Farmers, Agribusiness, Government and Universities:
- Phase I: 50% less chemicals (Farmers & Agribusiness need a 2-year transition to organic)
- Phase II: Organic
Agribusiness can make the transition to sustainable agriculture. On December 10, 2013 Monsanto announced: Monsanto and Novozymes Team Up to Provide Sustainable Bioagricultural Solutions. On March 23, 2015 Monsanto CEO Hugh Grant stated: “The thing that often frustrates me in the debate is that there is never an alternative (to GM crops)… The other side of this is still pretty empty.”
Approximately 80% of all GMOs worldwide are glyphosate-resistant, with Monsanto’s Roundup-Ready GMOs the world leader. The World Health Organisation’s cancer agency finding that glyphosate can probably cause cancer in humans means that glyphosate and glyphosate-resistant GM crops are NOT acceptable solutions to feed the world. There are proven sustainable solutions:
How Microbes can Feed the World – 1
A report by the American Academy of Microbiology, a non-profit scientific society with almost 40,000 members.
How Organic can Feed the World – 1
Over 30 years of this landmark trial, organic corn yields were 31% higher than conventional in years of drought.
How Organic can Feed the World – 2
Since 1981, America’s longest running side-by-side comparison of organic and chemical agriculture.
How Organic can Feed the World – 3
A new study, published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society of London shows that organic farmers can achieve yields nearly as large as their counterparts practicing conventional agriculture.
How IAASTD World Experts advise to Feed The World
A landmark report by 400 expert scientists, initiated by the World Bank and supported by the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), UN Development Programme, UNESCO, World Health Organization (WHO), Global Environment Facility and UN Environmental Programme.