How Wolves Change Rivers

When wolves were reintroduced to Yellowstone National Park in the United States after being absent nearly 70 years, the most remarkable "trophic cascade" occurred.

Ruminants & Methane

Ever wondered if livestock are really contributing to rising atmospheric methane levels and climate change? Australian soil scientist Dr. Christine Jones busts this myth.

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    What is Regenerative Agriculture?

    “Regenerative Agriculture” describes farming and grazing practices that, among other benefits, reverse climate change by rebuilding soil organic matter and restoring degraded soil biodiversity – resulting in both carbon drawdown and improving the water cycle.

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    How Clothes Are Polluting the Food Supply

    The environmental impacts of our clothing choices are shocking, as studies assessing toxic effects of various fabric treatments (such as dyes, flame retardants and stain-resistant chemicals) to laundry detergents and the fabric fibers themselves need serious attention.

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    Reversing Climate Change One Step at a Time

    Torri Estrada, environmental scientist and co-founder of the Carbon Cycle Institute in Petaluma works with farmers to stop and reverse climate change by advancing natural, science-based solutions that remove atmospheric carbon. For the Carbon Cycle Institute, it’s all about the soil.

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    Regenerating Public Health: Beyond Obama and Trump

    It’s time to overthrow Big Pharma’s control over our government, our health, and our pocketbooks. It’s time to Regenerate public health and the body politic. It’s time for a Regeneration Revolution.

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    Names of Northfield: Guatemalan Immigrant Combines Rain Forest Wisdom With Academic

    Meet Reginaldo Haslett-Marroquin, a revolutionary designing regenerative poultry farms across the Americas. Reginaldo lives on the edge of Northfield with his family, where he runs Finca Mirasol, a small farm with free-range chickens, black turtle beans, garlic and an assortment of vegetables. Reginaldo is originally from Guatemala, where he learned substance farming growing up in the rainforests.

Restoration of China's Loess Plateau

In hindsight, it is possible to see what happened to this region: deforestation on a large scale. Few seemed to actually believe that serious rehabilitation was possible.  However, a fundamental lesson was learned through the Loess Plateau rehabilitation: It is possible to rehabilitate large-scale damaged ecosystems including those that have been degraded over the course of centuries or even millennia.

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