The remarks of the UN economist at the European Environment Agency: "Protecting nature means fighting inequality between nations, the social gap and the generation divide". Climate mitigation and biodiversity protection are crucial
"Best pratices help global soils to sequester enough carbon o offset up to one third of agricultural GHG emissions," says FAO. Here are two brand new practical tools
https://resoilfoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/agricoltura-sostenibile-1.jpg600800Matteo Cavallitohttps://resoilfoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/logo_resoilfoundation.pngMatteo Cavallito2021-10-06 11:00:392021-10-11 12:44:42Well managed soil can offset as much as 34% of agricultural emissions
Uncontrolled visitor sprawl and climate change are contributing to erosion and biodiversity loss in Britain's iconic Lake District, according to the Guardian. And restoration is getting more expensive
https://resoilfoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/lake-district-1.jpg532800Matteo Cavallitohttps://resoilfoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/logo_resoilfoundation.pngMatteo Cavallito2021-09-16 11:00:132021-09-20 18:38:40Climate change and tourism are threatening poets’ Lake DistrictRon Przysucha, U.S. Department of State, Public Domain
Over the past three decades, floods and droughts have devastated the agricultural soil in Afghanistan, CBS says. This helped the Taliban to recruit a growing number of desperate farmers with no alternatives
https://resoilfoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/talebani-1.jpg533800Matteo Cavallitohttps://resoilfoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/logo_resoilfoundation.pngMatteo Cavallito2021-09-13 11:00:292021-09-10 17:21:16CBS: “How climate change has become a Taliban ally”
Beer production leftovers can boost agricultural yields and soil health, Spanish researchers say. The circular solution can control parasitic invertebrates population and accelerate plant growth
https://resoilfoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/birra-1.jpg558840Matteo Cavallitohttps://resoilfoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/logo_resoilfoundation.pngMatteo Cavallito2021-09-07 11:00:442021-09-10 14:45:12Beer by-products are good for soil as crop yields increase 15%
It’s beneath our feet but we never think about its value. We tread on it, we mistreat it, but a healthy, fertile soil means life. It’s time to take care of the soil and each one of us can and must make a difference.
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