Sun 21 Sept 2014
- 7.30 pm — 9.15 pm
- Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (find us)
- Gateway Decking (outdoors)
- £6/£4 - book at www.takeoneaction.org.uk (see link below)
UK PREMIERE AND BIKE POWERED SCREENING
Around 10,000 years ago, human populations embraced
agriculture, embarking on a path of fundamental social and environmental
transformation. 10 millennia later, food security across the globe is
threatened by diminishing crop diversity, new diseases and the effects of
climate change. Can we future-proof global food production?
Crop diversity pioneer Cary Folwer believes we can – if we act now. Battling natural disasters and international bureaucracy, he has set out on a race to protect the one resource we can’t do without: our seeds. Seeds of time follows Fowler on his impassioned journey to re-invent a global food system that can “live forever".
CLICK HERE TO BOOK (Doors open 19:00)
Also screening as part of Take One Action Film Festival: