Changing the game in a city environment means people learning and working together through shared initiatives such as urban rooftop gardens and community gardens. It means promoting natural methods like companion planting to deter pests and reducing chemical use to produce superior nutrition, vitamin and mineral retention.
Changing the game in farming means permaculture and natural cycle farming – working in harmony with the environment! This produces the best nutritional outcomes which in turn help an entire Community to reduce medical costs from unhealthy diets.
Changing the game also means eliminating food waste through food recovery programs.
Finally Changing the Game means not going down the path of forcing production with excessive fertilisers and pesticides, or using genetically modified organisms (GMOs) that may expose an entire generation to terrible and unknown health outcomes.