First, we need to face the fact: while we maintain, or even accelerate, our breathless pace of industrial development and urban evolution, there are certain aspects of life that we need to put in reverse gear.
Redemptive Action & Pre-emptive Measures:
We need to try and undo, as much as possible, the ecological impact (decline in biodiversity and quality of flora and fauna, chemical toxification of the environment, etc) created by excessive and often indiscriminate use of pesticides and harsh chemical fertilizers.
We need to propagate and inspire more people to adopt Organic Living – not just as a more conscientious lifestyle, but as an indispensable defence mechanism against a potentially toxic future.
AND we need to offer them sufficient organic options, so that they are able to make this organic transition smoothly. For this, we have to go deep down in the production chain, educate the farmers about the need for transformation (into organic farming), and empower them with efficacious product options. We must instil in them the knowledge that the world of the future will prefer organically grown products, and if they have to continue to be in the reckoning, they better change their ways of farming. And we must expose them to the fact that organic farming will yield better economic rewards in the long run.
But to be realistic, the day of comprehensive Organic Living has not yet dawned upon us. Until such an ideal time comes, we will have to continue to use Chemicals-based Fertilizers and Soil Nutrients. But we must choose and use them very selectively.
As we always say: Healthy Soil Makes A Farmer Wealthy.
Deeds that complement words:
We fully believe that through internalizing a wiser life philosophy and making some responsible changes, we CAN improve our lives, our world, our environment, and our future.
Shall we, together?