Holistic management, with its counterintuitive claim that more, rather than fewer, cattle can improve the land, has been around for decades – a kind of perennial cattleman’s quarrel, and a thorn in the hide of ranchers and anti-ranchers alike. The use of livestock as a tool for restoration has been scoffed at by scientists, reviled by vegetarians and those who blame cows for climate change, and a flashpoint for tension over how to conserve land in the American West.
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The US Drought Monitor reports that 88 percent of this year’s corn crop and 77 percent of the soybean crop are now affected by the most severe drought since 1988. In response the Worldwatch Institute launched a 12 step guide to combatting drought and desertification. These tips can be used by policy makers around the world and in dry climates in the Middle East. Read on for the list.
Can we achieve a 70% increase in food production by 2050? It’s often quoted as an objective, but some areas of Africa have seen agricultural productivity decline by half due to erosion and desertification. If productivity is ever to go up, we may need to start by looking down: at the soil.
This paper explains the problem of carbon dioxide buildup and climate change, how carbon can be taken out of the atmosphere and restored to the soil, and the advantages that can come to farmers and consumers from growing in carbon-rich soils.
A great deal of discussion in scientific and governmental circles has been focused recently on how to deal with greenhouse gas emissions and the resulting weather extremes they have created. Most analysts believe we must stop burning fossil fuels to prevent further increases in atmospheric carbon, and find ways to remove carbon already in the air if we want to lessen further weather crises and the associated human tragedies, economic disruption and social conflict that they bring.
French wine lovers have always taken their soil very seriously. But now the country’s government has introduced fresh reasons for the rest of the world to pay attention to their terroir.
Bu animasyon filmi bozulması, şehirleşme, arazi kapma ve aşırı tüketim konularını kapsayan, dünyadaki toprak kaynaklarının gerçeği anlatır; Film bizim topraklar daha sürdürülebilir yönetmek yol yapmak için seçenekler sunar.
هذا فيلم رسوم متحركة يحكي واقع موارد التربة في جميع أنحاء العالم، والتي تغطي قضايا تدهور، والتحضر، والاستيلاء الأراضي والاستغلال المفرط؛ الفيلم يقدم خيارات لجعل الطريقة التي ندير التربة لدينا أكثر استدامةعلى
Questo film d’animazione racconta la realtà delle risorse del suolo in tutto il mondo, che copre i problemi di degrado, l’urbanizzazione, land grabbing e sfruttamento eccessivo; il film offre opzioni per rendere il modo in cui gestiamo i nostri terreni più sostenibili.
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