While condemning advancements in technology is not a realistic solution, it can surely lead us to one question: is it possible to harmonize nature and technology for the benefit of nature? In or our latest edition of The Mitti Podcast, we try to understand this dilemma. Tune in for an insightful conversation with the CEO and co-founder of foldAI, Alicia Charennat.
Constantinos Pantelidis shares his views on sustainability in agriculture, Agriculture 4.0, and consumer behaviour trends in this dynamic episode of The Mitti Podcast. Visit themitticollective.com for data on this episode and to learn about his work at Gravity Dialogue.
In part 2 of the journey, Anurag Singh talks about his learning throughout his travels and his vision for a future of sustainable agriculture.
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Full of excitement and pride of such a passionate person, we present you the story of Anurag Singh, a 19-year-old Indian young man who decided early on that sustainability is a path of action, not only a class-taught theory!
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From Spain to Ireland, to Norway and back, this geographer by profession shares many anecdotes about her experience with alternative agriculture with us in this episode of The Mitti Podcast
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Music: Dsei Sei by F.S. Blumm - La bèl's friends (available under Creative commons license on Internet Archive)
In our first episode for The Mitti Podcast, we discuss, Who we are? Why we are here? and, What we Intend to do?
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PS. The Good Earth is not a "Chinese novel" but rather an English novel by Pearl. S. Buck!