A crash course in changing the world.
Having been a part of and interested in food managment on a global basis for a number of years, I believe that we are and will see famine (Famine Emergercy Warning System) cause deficiencies in nutritional needs for peoples of developing countries. This Episode 1, brings that sharply into focus and picks a major metropolitan area, Tokyo.
While the Japanese social and political structures are well advanced, it is a good place to start our journey as fellow EVOKE members. Of the three primary needs of human kind, food, shelter, clothing; food has always been on my mind since I enjoy cooking and grew up in one of the most fertile areas of the world, the Sacramento and San Joaquin Valleys in California, USA. Food, the harvesting, transporting, packaging, and storage, have all been a visable constant in my life. On a more personal level, the preparation is my favorite.
This being said, famine is not something I would like to experience. It is my hope that through our collaborations here on EVOKE, bonds will be created, ideas will be exchanged, and solutions will be implemented, whick will address famine and/or any other challenge aka Quest that we are set on.
It is with great pleasure that I begin to discuss methods of collaboration to create change with each of you, fellow EVOKE members.
Be In Good Health.