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EBDA in April 2023

Economy of Love now is member of IETA

The EoL that is under and issued by the Egyptian Biodynamic Association(EBDA) has the pleasure to announce that it has become a member of the International Emissions Trading Association (IETA). The IETA is a non-profit business organization created in June 1999 to establish a functional international framework for trading in greenhouse gas emission reductions. IETA membership includes leading international companies from across the carbon trading cycle. IETA members seek to develop an emissions trading regime that results in real and verifiable greenhouse gas emission reductions, while balancing economic efficiency with environmental integrity and social equity. And that’s why it was a big pleasure to join them. As a member of IETA, the EoL and EBDA will actively contribute to global efforts in combatting climate change, fostering sustainable practices, and promoting a greener, more sustainable future for our planet.

 EoL team is preparing impactrace for Lotus/ISIS companies products 

Lotus company for organic herbs and spices has more than 80 products that are EOL certified products from different varieties such as herbs, spices, legumes.

For ISIS (organic food) all legumes are EoL certified. More products are in the certification process. 

The EoL team is currently working on adding the new 588 Carbon Credit producing farms to the EoL Registry.

EBDA with Organic Egypt had IFTAR together

Ramadan, it is a time of community and togetherness, where families and friends gather to break their fasts after sunset. In one of the most wonderful Ramadan evenings, EBDA with Organic Egypt project teams had IFTAR and enjoyed a spectacular Ramadan night in KMT house in Maadi. The Iftar and the whole evening were organized by the organic Egypt project.

EBDA launched a new webpage!

EBDA is working on launching the organic inputs website. The main aim of launching this platform is to become a valuable resource for connecting and helping farmers, traders, and suppliers can be a great way to create a more efficient and sustainable supply chain. Next to this, our goal of developing this website is to provide a venue for farmers to match their agricultural raw resources with buyers of those raw goods. This will make the marketing procedure easier for the association’s farmers. as well as to supply farmers with all biodynamic production necessities, such as seeds, fertilizers, and insecticides. And ensuring that those items reach the farms as fast and cheaply as feasible. Check the link to know more: shop.ebda.earth 

EBDA recognised one of its team members’ accomplishments

Four students from Heliopolis University and EBDA are attempting to build a home for humanity. A course is equivalent to a master’s level university course. Hend Hany, an EBDA team member, was honored to graduate from this programme as a “Pioneer of Planetary Regeneration”. Her final assessment concerned the efficiency with which water is used on a daily basis and in agriculture. Learn more: https://www.linkedin

Social media and communication progress of the Economy of Love

The EoL communication team worked on designing three different videos and they successfully released them on social media as followed:

1- What is the Economy of Love: The economy of Love seeks to create an ethical and sustainable economy that protects nature and people. By implementing its holistic standard of sustainability. Check the video link and enjoy the watch: https://.google.com

2- EoL Four Pillars Video: Insights about the 4 pillars of the Economy of Love. And What are the four pillars of the EoL standard? Check the video link and enjoy the watch: https://.google.com/

3- Economy of Love Carbon Credits: Chick it out and know more about it: https://google.com

More insights: The Climate Heroes Campaign 

“The Land love is like the son love”


“Neighbor farmers like to join and be part of the Economy of Love”



EBDA Growth Graph

Regarding the next phase of upscaling the number of farmers who convert from conventional to organic/biodynamic farming and reaching 40000 farmers.

EBDA successfully reached in 2022, 588 farms including 1849 farmers with 10425 feddan as a total farm area. In 2023, EBDA is tracking the upscaling project monthly. In March and April as shown in the graph. EBDA new farm applications were 200 applications in March and 106 applications in April. With a total number of farmers 568. And a total area in feddan 5852.2. The technical team is working on approving and verifying these applications continuously.