Organic World

Organic World

 

the aggregate of living beings, or organisms, that inhabit the biosphere. The organic world is made up of microorganisms, plants, animals, and man. The various components of the organic world interact intimately with each other and with substances of inorganic, or inert, nature.

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This year's winners have truly changed-and are changing-the organic world, our agriculture and the way we eat through their commitment, creativity and hard work," said Laura Batcha, OTA's Executive Director/CEO.
As urban sprawl continues to domineer, the organic world is transitioning from a natural occurrence to a corralled phenomenon.
The Organic World Congress (OWC), which I introduced in January as one of the three most important events of the year, started Monday and lasted until Wednesday evening.
He understands the organic world and the people and businesses in it.
This website could be viewed as a bridge between the technology world with its iPads and the like, and the organic world of pencil and paper.
To change the stadium into a sweltering jungle an organic world has been created: a Avatar like jungle.
The website shall have all the leading brand names in the organic world, making it a one-stop shop to buy organic products.
The new members were elected during IFOAM's General Assembly held from 3 to 5 October in Gyeonggi Paldang, South Korea shortly after the conclusion of the 17th Organic World Congress attended by participants from 76 countries.
The IFOAM Organic World Congress in September 2011 was chosen as the target date for announcing complete achievement or substantial progress on the harmonized standard, equivalence agreements and cooperation among conformity assessment bodies.
Her work constantly refers to the organic world of life, the forms that generate it, where the order of the composition is sound and ancient, borrowed from millions of years of evolution of the species.
The global nature and identity of the organic world was clear: from its European roots, the presence of strong delegations from India, Korea, Taiwan, China and Japan illustrated the growth in organic farming in Asia; while Latin American countries were also well represented.