Growing food in the desert: is this the solution to the world's food crisis?

Philipp Saumweber is creating a miracle in the barren Australian outback, growing tonnes of fresh food. So why has he fallen out with the pioneering environmentalist who invented the revolutionary system? Full Story »

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by Sirajul Islam - Nov. 26, 2012

An excellent and lengthy story by Jonathan Margolis of The Observer that storied Philipp Saumweber's initiative to creating a miracle in the barren Australian outback by growing tonnes of fresh food with the technical know-how of Charlie Paton who discovered that only sunlight and seawater can grow crops. The story is informative, shows context, and extremely important!

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