In this episode of Masters of Regeneration Radio Tomas Reyes speaks with Regeneration International International director Andre Leu.
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The spark of a movement that celebrates our capacity to regenerate ourselves, our communities, our landscapes and our economies.
The “4 per1000 Africa Symposium on Soil for Food Security and Climate” will be the first event in South Africa dedicated to communicating the message and strategy behind the “4 per 1000” Initiative.
Paul Hawken discusses the difference between climate change and global warming and how our food choices impact the environment, before sharing innovative solutions to tackling some of our world’s biggest problems.
Regeneration Guatemala’s mission is to rebuild the deteriorated social, ecological and economic systems in Guatemala by transforming the agricultural landscape through regenerative agriculture and land-use practices, with a focus on Poultry-Centered Regenerative system design.
El buen manejo del barbecho incide de manera notable en la disponibilidad de agua para los cultivos, y existen claves que permiten mejorar las condiciones de humedad y logar buenos efectos en los rindes.
Yale Environment 360 ran an article on the use of gene editing, including the controversial RNA Interference (RNAi) technology, to develop biodegradable “vaccines” intended to protect crops from pathogens. Regeneration International founding member Judith Schwartz raised concerns about the article in this letter to the editors of Yale Environment 360.
Regenerative agriculture draws from millennia of traditional agricultural practices from around the world as well as over a century of applied research and development within the fields of organic farming, agroecology, agroforestry, permaculture, biodynamic agriculture, natural farming, keyline design, restoration ecology and holistic management.
Agroforestry, coupled with community-led cooperative models of organizing and farmer-to-farmer training, can quickly and effectively be scaled up and out to reverse deforestation and regenerate soil health in West Africa and other parts of the world.
In my vision of “Regeneration,” I believe we need to heal the divide between humans and non-humans, and that humans can be stewards of lush gardens that provide valuable yields for humans and food and habitat for other living beings.
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