The Foundation Ecology & Agriculture is committed to developing agriculture not only quantitatively but also qualitatively by promoting resource-conserving agriculture and animal husbandry appropriate to the species. A series of information posters developed by us now shows why a move away from conventional agriculture is urgently needed and what special role soils play in this.
How much carbon do organically managed soils store? Do organic products have a lower carbon footprint than conventional products? And: why not just carry on as before? These and other questions are answered on a total of eight information posters. Beautifully illustrated and with clear infographics, the posters not only raise awareness of organic farming among non-specialist audiences, but can also bring die-hard monoculture fans back down to earth thanks to their high quality content.