Soil Atlas 2015 offers an up-to-date overviewIn the International Year of Soils the Soil Atlas offers facts and figures concerning the situation and significance of lands, soils and fields in Europe and the rest of the world. In accordance with valued tradition the Soil Atlas offers, in numerous graphs and texts, an up-to-date overview of the current state and threats to the soils that sustain our lives.
13-10-2015 | Read more
Join the Healthy Soil Weeks!Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 09 September 2015 - Save Our Soils! That is the message that 1 million fresh peppers, tomatoes, avocados, aubergines, pears, apples and kiwifruit's will carry on store shelves across Europe as part of a range of activi-ties during September to support Healthy Soils Weeks.
17-09-2015 | Read more
Healthy Soil Weeks 9th 29th September!From 9th to 29th September will be the Healthy Soil Weeks in the Netherlands, Germany, Sweden and many other European countries. Through stores and supermarkets, Nature & More will reach out to millions of consumers with a message about soils.
13-08-2015 | Read more
Soil message reaches nearly 12 million peopleSoils are lost at a rapid pace all over the world, but organic agriculture offers solutions. This message of the Save Our Soils campaign reached almost 12 million people through social media over the last two weeks. The Celebrating Soil! Celebrating Life! congress that was held on 26 and 27 June in Amsterdam, reached nearly 2 million Twitter accounts through the hashtag #CelebratingSoil. On Friday 26 June the subject became trending topic for a few hours. And thanks to posts by Greenpeace International and the American Organic Consumers Association, another 10 million users were reached on Facebook (through 30.000 likes and 8000 shares).
07-07-2015 | Read more
New generation appeals to world leaders: Take action' Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 29 June 2015 - "Please take care of our planet. Cultivate it, pass it on responsibly, so we may do the same. Please look after our soil." This was the urgent plea, on behalf of the Youth Food Movement and the world's children, of 20-year-old Nyakallo Makgoba at the closing ceremony of the Celebrating Soil! Celebrating Life! conference in Amsterdam last Friday.
29-06-2015 | Read more