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This is about how remarkable new insights into what soil is could transform the way we grow our food. Comments are still _...Read More_
This is about how remarkable new insights into what soil is could transform the way we grow our food. Comments are still _...Read More_
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"A run-up in prices and shortage of man-made nutrients are forcing the agriculture industry to adapt, and the impact could be severe."
"A run-up in prices and shortage of man-made nutrients are forcing the agriculture industry to adapt, and the impact could be severe."
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"Organic farming compared to conventional agriculture improves biodiversity. This article explains how to increase _...Read More_
"Organic farming compared to conventional agriculture improves biodiversity. This article explains how to increase _...Read More_
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"Farms are ever more profitable, but employ fewer workers | United States"
"Farms are ever more profitable, but employ fewer workers | United States"
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"Regenerative grazing can eliminate the need for commodity crops grown for feed; it also spreads manure naturally and keeps living plants in the ground at all times trapping nutrients in place, potentially helping to mitigate cows’ climate _...Read More_
"Regenerative grazing can eliminate the need for commodity crops grown for feed; it also spreads manure naturally and keeps living plants in the ground at all times trapping nutrients in place, potentially helping to mitigate cows’ climate _...Read More_
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>"In an industry dominated by pesticides and synthetic products, traditional farming offers an alternative approach to protecting crops and the soil. It provides sustainable solutions to contemporary challenges, such as biodiversity loss _...Read More_
>"In an industry dominated by pesticides and synthetic products, traditional farming offers an alternative approach to protecting crops and the soil. It provides sustainable solutions to contemporary challenges, such as biodiversity loss _...Read More_
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“Preparing for future threats, like dwindling freshwater supplies or irreversible ecosystem damage, will require transformational changes that involve rethinking how people build homes, grow food, produce energy and protect nature”
“Preparing for future threats, like dwindling freshwater supplies or irreversible ecosystem damage, will require transformational changes that involve rethinking how people build homes, grow food, produce energy and protect nature”
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Great article by BrianKateman gets this right: stop invoking impoverished countries as a counterargument to meat reduction for rich ones. While it also summarizes some important points about meat & development, it glosses over others.
Great article by BrianKateman gets this right: stop invoking impoverished countries as a counterargument to meat reduction for rich ones. While it also summarizes some important points about meat & development, it glosses over others.
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This is an interesting piece but I don't think that historically, gleaning involved "harvesting surplus crops to redistribute to those in need" so much as actually *being done* by people in need, after the good stuff had gone, to have _...Read More_
This is an interesting piece but I don't think that historically, gleaning involved "harvesting surplus crops to redistribute to those in need" so much as actually *being done* by people in need, after the good stuff had gone, to have _...Read More_
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"We currently use over one-third of the corn we produce for biofuel, and it offsets 6% of gas use. We could get the same benefit by increasing fuel economy of cars from 22 to 24 MPG."
"We currently use over one-third of the corn we produce for biofuel, and it offsets 6% of gas use. We could get the same benefit by increasing fuel economy of cars from 22 to 24 MPG."
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"Government-financed support in sectors including agriculture, fossil fuels and water is incentivising the annihilation of the natural world. But reforming the system is politically fraught"
"Government-financed support in sectors including agriculture, fossil fuels and water is incentivising the annihilation of the natural world. But reforming the system is politically fraught"
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“Industrial agriculture uses 75 percent of farmland and 70 percent of freshwater use, to feed 30 percent of the world’s population (Mooney and Blassey, 2018). This generates more greenhouse gases than any other human activity on the _...Read More_
“Industrial agriculture uses 75 percent of farmland and 70 percent of freshwater use, to feed 30 percent of the world’s population (Mooney and Blassey, 2018). This generates more greenhouse gases than any other human activity on the _...Read More_
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"Canada’s Coastal First Nations are doing experiments to find out."
"Canada’s Coastal First Nations are doing experiments to find out."
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"Not eating animals is wrong. If you care about animals, then the right thing to do is breed them, kill them and eat them"
"Not eating animals is wrong. If you care about animals, then the right thing to do is breed them, kill them and eat them"
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A thorough article on *some* important downsides of capturing methane from animal operations. But they left out the water pollution problem: these facilities do nothing to address eutrophication from excess nitrogen & phosphorous.
A thorough article on *some* important downsides of capturing methane from animal operations. But they left out the water pollution problem: these facilities do nothing to address eutrophication from excess nitrogen & phosphorous.