For decades, physicist-turned-activist Vandana Shiva has championed traditional cultivation practices over intensive agriculture, and the preservation of ancient genetic pools of crops. With world food security, food quality, biodiversity, soil fertility and farmers’ rights all under threat from a perfect storm of climate change, GMOs and intensive agriculture, her work is more relevant than ever. Through more than 20 books and her work to protect cultural and biological diversity Vandana continues to expose how capitalism has put our food security on a precarious precipice at the expense of biodiversity, the environment and human rights.