Ronnie Cummins: The Road to Cancún: Good News on the Climate Crisis: Organic farming, etc.

Ronnie Cummins: The Road to Cancún: Good News on the Climate Crisis: Organic farming, etc.

Ronnie Cummins

The current living soils of the Earth hold three times as much carbon as the atmosphere. Before the advent of industrial agriculture and industrial forestry, these same soils sequestered or stored twice as much carbon organic matter as they do today, or six times the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere today. This means that organic farming and ranching; through the proper utilization of our living soils, plants, and grazing animals, can save us from runaway global warming. Of course bringing the soil back to full life and sequestration capacity means putting an end to chemical and energy-intensive industrial agriculture, GMO crops and biofuels, and the factory farms which have killed our soils, released billions of tons of CO2 into the atmosphere, and thereby destroyed the natural sequestration capabilities of our farmlands, pastures, rangelands, and wetlands.

via Ronnie Cummins: The Road to Cancún: Good News on the Climate Crisis.

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