One artist’s amazing tree could be the answer to hunger
For most of the year, the Tree of 40 Fruits looks fairly plain and green. But in the spring, the tree blossoms into an explosion of pinks, whites, crimsons and purples. Then from July through October, it produces 40 different types of stone fruit apricots, cherries, nectarines, peaches, plums and, hopefully soon, almonds.
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but … hunger isn’t caused by a lack of food but by inequality, oppression, war, poverty etc
These pictures are taking by dutch photographer and animal rights activist Remco stunnenberg in a pig-farm located in the Netherlands that holds a KDV(Keten Duurzaam varkensvlees) certificate, a label that should mean the farm is more animal ‘friendly’ and environmentally-friendly.
Take a look for yourself.