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Farmer who wants to give a new hope for our society, our world: Gyoung-Ja Lee at TEDxDaejeonSalon

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Published on May 11, 2012

이경자 - '세상을 살리는 농부'

4년 차 도시농부, 청년들에게 고하다, 후손들에게 무엇을 물려줄 것인가?
이경자 시민연사는 도시에 살고 있지만 농사를 지은 지 4년이 된, 지금은 위기에 처한
우리나라의 농업살리기에 힘을 쏟고 있다. 도시문명이 우리에게 가져다 준 편리함
과 동시에 우리는 세계적인 곡물회사의 성장으로 많은 피해를 보고 있는 토착 농민들,
곡물가 폭등으로 인한 물가폭등과 같은 많은 문제 직면해 있다. 실업률이 8%를 넘은
우리나라의 젊은이들에게 그는 말한다. 문제를 해결하는 열쇠는 '귀농'이라고 말이다.
좀 더 새로운 세상과 대안을 만드는 데 그와 함께 동창해보자.


Living as a 'Urban-farmer' over 4 years announcing to the young,
"What are you going to leave to your descendents?"
Citizen speaker, Gyoung-Ja Lee, it has been four years since she farmed in urban areas.
She has lived in a town, but has tried to do a lot of afforts for revival of our agricultural industry. Thriving civilization in cities gives us a lot of benefits for comfortable living however,
at the same time, we are facing problems including crowded indigenous farmers due to
big grain companies, soaring prices of other products caused by skyrocketed grain prices.
She raises her voice to the young, 'The key to solve the problem is returning to farming.'
In this society, where the unemployment rate is reaching over 8%, let's join with him
to find the new hope, new society.


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