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My mother's garden

When I was in Chile I met a guy from Germany who moved there. He started his own hostel there and in his huge garden he cultivates his own vegetables. He offered his guests to have dinner at his hostel. All the ingredients for that dinner were from his garden.



I found that very impressing. The dinner was fantastic. But his wife told us that it was a lot of work and she does not do anything else than to cultivate that garden.



I decided not to start an own, new garden… Continue

Added by Hannah on April 10, 2011 at 9:49am — No Comments

Poverty of children in Germany

It was not easy to find a problem like "food insecurity" in Germany but finally I found something: http://www.spiegel.de/politik/deutschland/0,1518,428993,00.html.

In this article it is well described why you do not now a lot about this issue.

Children who do not have enough money to buy food are ashamed of being poor. They do not talk about that and nobody knows about their problem. Today every sixth child… Continue

Added by Hannah on April 8, 2011 at 2:42am — No Comments

"The African Drean" a fair traded meal

In March 2020 I am eating in a small african restaurant in Nuremberg which only sells meals with fair trade ingredients. It is the first really nice day in the year. So I asked a friend to go with me to that restaurant. Being curious about this "fair trade thing", I will ask the waiter where my food comes from and why it is important to this restaurant to sell only fair trade product. He will answer that it comes from Africa of course. They only buy fair traded products because they have… Continue

Added by Hannah on April 8, 2011 at 2:36am — No Comments

"The African Dream" a fair traded meal

In March 2020 I am eating in a small african restaurant in Nuremberg which only sells meals with fair trade ingredients. It is the first really nice day in the year. So I asked a friend to go with me to that restaurant. Being curious about this "fair trade thing", I will ask the waiter where my food comes from and why it is important to this restaurant to sell only fair trade product. He will answer that it comes from Africa of course. They only buy fair traded products because they have… Continue

Added by Hannah on April 7, 2011 at 9:04am — 3 Comments

Poverty of children

It was not easy to find a problem like "food insecurity" in Germany but finally I found something: http://www.spiegel.de/politik/deutschland/0,1518,428993,00.html.

In this article it is well described why you do not now a lot about this issue.

Children who do not have enough money to buy food are ashamed of being poor. They do not talk about that and nobody knows about their problem. Today every sixth child… Continue

Added by Hannah on April 6, 2011 at 10:30am — No Comments

The green search engine

I chose Christian Kroll who invented the "green search engine": http://ecosia.org/. This website donates money for each search. The money is used to protect the rainforest. In only one year Christian Kroll collected 125.000€ for the rainforest.

I think this website is a good opportunity for everyone - even for those who do not have much money - to do something for our environment.

Added by Hannah on April 4, 2011 at 10:44am — No Comments

33 secrets

I think it is difficult to pick only one of those 33 secrets. There are a few good points in this doc**ent and I would like to combine “think like a child – children have no limit to their thinking” and “Understand by observing the environment, infrastructure, culture and lives of people by being there.”



If adults are thinking about a problem, they know the limits they have, whereas children have no boundaries. Grown-Ups will probably not do or think about something which they… Continue

Added by Hannah on April 1, 2011 at 8:21pm — 1 Comment

My future 2020

In 2020 I will have my own little café shop in Nuremberg, Germany. Everyone will love my good cappuccino and chocolate cake. And I will have a family with two kids and a nice house.
When Alchemy calls me I think I will be working in my café. So I will not be able to pick up the phone. He will leave a massage for me about the Tokyo food crisis. As soon as I got the massage I will call him back immediately and help him.

Added by Hannah on April 1, 2011 at 8:17pm — No Comments

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