Interview with Mr Katsu Minami

Interview with Mr Katsu Minami

We have had the opportunity to interview Mr. Katsu Minami, Ph.D., an Emeritus Professor at the Kitasato University, a private medical university in Tokyo, Japan and a contributor to the IPCC that won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007.

Amongst his publications, Mr. Minami published Soil and Humanity: Culture, Civilization, Livelihood and Health, 2009. A revealing paper highlighting humanity’s historical relationship with agriculture and soil which deserved further questioning.

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