It’s the final stretch for TSF as the crew recently returned from their last field trip of the year and have now set their minds to putting together 2013’s final exciting product. Director and head of TSF, Kyle Robinson, and filmmakers Justin Archer and Graham Holmes, recently returned from Kathmandu, Nepal, where the final stage of the START project’s filming took place.
Trust Sustainability Films is having a year of travel, toil and translators as their latest project, with START, sends them to Uganda and Nepal.
The newest project START has involved TSF with is an educational and informative piece focussing on a growing trend seen all over our world, the innovative and useful practice of peri-urban agriculture. This global practice has an extremely positive impact in developing and food insecure nations. Slowly and steadily, more and more urban families are using whatever space they have available to them to practise subsistence farming.
The multidisciplinary research project into the state of food security in the face of climate change in the Hamburg area, funded by START, culminated in a final report and book. The project was filmed (see below) , to show the many different but interconnected aspects to this initiative, as well to discuss broadly some of the key issues that emerged during the research.
Sustainable Seas Trust is pleased to announce that START has recently launched a multidisciplinary programme in the Hamburg area alongside the Keiskamma Estuary of the Eastern Cape. The project is: The Impact of Climate Change on Food Security...