Large parts of the story find their roots in real life events, new technologies and innovative streams of thought. Below you’ll find lots of useful websites with information about the many subjects touched on in Seeds.
For information about terminator seeds—the campaigns against that technology, up-to-date news on the subject and the dangers of the science, visit the following websites:
For information about the air car, visit:
For information about the savage deforestation (using napalm bombing) of the Tasmanian rainforest, visit:
For information about the Las Vegas water project, visit:
To find out how organic farming not only produces tastier, more nutritious food, but also helps to combat global warming and store carbon in the soil, visit:
If the quality and sustainability of our food production is important to you, visit:
A good book that makes us think about mindful eating is Harvest of Hope by Jane Goodall.
If you’re interested in learning more about how you can participate in building a new sustainable economy, visit:
To learn more about ‘decentralism’ as a sustainable model for our society, visit:
I also strongly recommend Schumacher’s book, Small is Beautiful: Economics as if People Mattered.
More information on cooperatives and the social economy can be found at:
If you want to significantly reduce your footprint on the planet, check out:
To sponsor an organization that reduces both global warming and poverty through sustainable farming education, visit: