- mario lagace
- Montreal Qc
Consutant in Agro Forestry,
Document all traditional knowledge (positive human heritage) in order to rebuild sustainable farming. See ; Human Humane Economy
Very little of the most important human knowledge remain today. Every countries should make it their priority because as the understanding of sustainable development fades away, our survival is directly dependant on that ...Yet this is one of the 7 most essential capitals for our survival that we ignore...and destroy....without realising because we have been mislead and confused.
The only ones who have experienced sustainable development and who could and should teach it are not the academics or the writers of manuals, they are at the very bottom of the"lather" they are not valued nor recognized yet they are the ones we need as teachers. : A great confusion 200 years ago caused Europeans to adopt speculative theories concerning the nature of human development including false economic theories instead of maintaining the respect due to their ancestors. This led to the last fall and directed the whole of modern humanity into the current dead end. To this day we have no evidence of the validity of these theories, theories founded on a pirate heritage rather than on a truly human (social) heritage. On the contrary, all social and environmental indicators point towards their utter insufficiency.
The birth of humanity
The study of behavior directly related to agriculture the foundation of human evolution.
The human species is agricultural by necessity and agriculture cannot be separated from human nature. Human nature the roots of humanity its traditions and religions are the behaviors that have made and determined humanity. The true human religion is a series of precepts (recommended behaviours) of economic and social principles that have allowed a sustainable development from its origin until the present modern era from vegetarian gatherers to hunters of insects and other animal resources to farmers of agroforestry. From unconsciously to consciously humans have complexified their symbiosis with plants and animals in their environment