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John D. Liu habla sobre un movimiento masivo para regenerar los sistemas naturales de la Tierra
Many researchers are now calling for the world to cut back on its meat consumption, but some advocates say there is a way to eat meat that’s better for the planet and better for the animals: grass-fed beef.
La deforestación y la degradación del suelo están intensificando la crisis climática, y causando daños generalizados a los medios de subsistencia de las personas pobres alrededor del mundo, según un informe histórico.
The recent Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report shows that agriculture is responsible for 37 percent of greenhouse gas emissions.Regenerative agriculture builds soil health and overall biodiversity and yields a nutritious and profitable farm product.
Nos han dicho que nuestro consumo de carne está destruyendo el medio ambiente, pero el verdadero problema es la producción de carne, no la carne en sí.
Regenerative agriculture is one antidote to this bleak 55-year forecast, and it could spell a very different future: one in which our land is filled with healthy, nutrient-rich foods and acts as a built-in buffer against climate change.
Lately, a healthy soil movement has taken hold, focused on practices referred to as regenerative farming, offering intriguing possibilities of agriculture as a carbon sink.
In response to these troubling changes due to global warming, some farmers in Nebraska are considering new solutions to keep their businesses afloat. One of those farmers, Graham Christensen, travels the country discussing a green farming initiative called regenerative farming.
In order to fight climate change, nations worldwide must invest in soil health. That was the key message at the “Agriculture is the Solution to Climate Change” event in Kyoto, Japan, organized in part by the 4p1000 Initiative.
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