Healthy soil is the great “fix” for the food system that we should all be chasing.
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A new study from the University of Berkeley in California has found that improving soil quality could make a substantial contribution to slowing down global warming.
When farmlands, forests, and rangelands are managed by using biodiversity-based techniques such as agroforestry, silvopasture, diversified farming, and ecosystem-based forest management, they can help maintain biodiversity and provide habitat connectivity, thereby complementing protected areas and providing greater resilience to climate change.
Food and agriculture represents the single-biggest producer of greenhouse gas emissions, so why isn’t agricultural climate action gaining more attention?
Soil leads the solutions for negative emissions in a new climate change report. Soil carbon sequestration was among the cheapest methods with the greatest potential.
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