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GLRPPR Sector Resource: Regenerative Organic Agriculture and Climate Change: A Down-to-Earth Solution to Global Warming

Title:
Regenerative Organic Agriculture and Climate Change: A Down-to-Earth Solution to Global Warming

Abstract:
Regenerative organic agriculture for soil-carbon sequestration is tried and true: Humans have long farmed in that fashion and there is nothing experimental about it. What is new is the scientific verification of regenerative agricultural practices. Farming trials across the world have contrasted various forms of regenerative and conventional practices and studied crop yield, drought impact, and carbon sequestration.

URL:
http://rodaleinstitute.org/assets/RegenOrgAgricultureAndClimateChange_20140418.pdf

Source:
Rodale Institute

Resource Type:
Article/report

Date of Publication:
2014

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