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Vote & act for organics

It’s election time again! The polls close on 17 October, and the new government will have three years to put in place policies to improve the wellbeing of food producers and consumers, increase food and climate security, and regenerate nature. Or not.

Which will it be? There is a lot to weigh up and consider, and for those who understand and value the interconnectedness of all things, it can seem like an impossible task. How can we make it easier for ourselves, and improve our decision-making?

It’s ‘EASI’

This year I came up with a mnemonic for making good food choices, which I think can be used for other kinds of life choices as well. It’s EASI, which stands

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