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To London. And to a place I have been looking forward to visiting. Farm:Shop is not any old café, it is an aquaponics café, where leaves and vegetables selected from the aquaponics system are used to make a variety of delicious soups, salads and sandwiches, as well as educating people on this essential method of …

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There is often a certain level of amazement when people first learn about aquaponics and how it works. No soil? The fish feed the plants? The plants grow how fast?! We like this video from the BBC showing locals pushing forward with a local food initiative ‘Incredible Edible.’ Local food is so important as it …

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Over 15,000 people took to the streets of London, UK, this Saturday for a climate change march, which ended in a rally outside parliament. The event is just one of roughly 2,500 similar marches around the world calling for more action on climate change. Here’s what a few of the influential people involved are saying: …

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Did you know that if the world continues to catch fish the way it currently does, by 2048 the global natural fish population will be zero and world’s oceans will be barren of seafood? A great tragedy of the fishing industry is that only 10% of what is pulled up in fishing nets makes it …

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Future generations will judge our action on climate change – Ban Ki-Moon, UN secretary general It was the recent climate change march in New York on September 20th that saw 100,000 people come to the streets in unity. The crowd included numerous celebrities and Politian’s. We love the below that was made to mark the …

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We are big fans of local food here at Aquaponics in India, and for good reason. Eating locally grown produce not only supports your community and small time growers, but the food will reach your plate fresher and therefore richer in nutrients and better tasting. We also believe that the more connected people are to …

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