Commitments to action
To Reform Current Global Toxic Food Crops Agriculture to Nature Based Solution "MONIGREEN"
PRC Global Pte.Ltd
The intended green revolution for global food security, since the 1960s, was never ever green!
On the contrary, there was no favorable food security nor safe food, but become an existential security threat to humanity with catastrophic ecocide destructions.
The 1960’s “Green Revolution” was initiated by toxic chemical inputs of (NPK) ammonia nitrate, phosphate & potassium blending, with unintended consequences of destructions to our ecology and catastrophic to biodiversity. For post covid green recovery, we need to use nature-based solutions with “MONIGREEN” from Singapore. MONIGREEN, is not chemical-based nor a manufactured item. It is just as it is from nature with all the essential macro, micro & trace nutrients for soil/crops. All-natural, but MONIGREEN need to go with little manure. (All essentials are inside MONIGREEN). The essence of harvest is microbial health in soil and no chemical inputs. Our initiative is to scale up for global applications, of nature-based solutions for all food crops. As the soil is a living organism, we need to protect it from further pollution and contamination. https://bitly.com/monigreen
Boost Nature-Based Solutions of Production
Safe food crops
We would like to stress that a supply-chain-based approach is essential. This is why Dutch dairy farmers have partnered with Royal FrieslandCampina, the World Wide Fund for Nature and Rabobank. In order to improve overall engagement levels, the Duurzame Zuivelketen (Sustainable Dairy Supply Chain) and the Versnellingsagenda Melkveehouderij (Dairy Farming Acceleration Project) are also affiliated with this initiative.
Foods and healthy nutrition living sustainable food practices and development affordability promotes affordability good healthy nutritious foods and how health and fitness are connected throughout the cycle and foods ecosystems of itself!
Soil health is not only at the foundation of our food systems and critical for the achievement of the SDGs, but soils function as major carbon reservoirs and water regulators, which makes them one of the most valuable resources to address climate change.