Discover and read the best of Twitter Threads about #regenerativeagriculture

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I tweet a great deal about climate change impacts on agriculture because it is clear that reducing emissions is the single most important need to ensure food system resilience, but ...

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#ClimateCrisis #food #farming #ClimateAction
Local food, community supported agriculture, gardening will all play critical roles going forward-

If you aren't already, do learn and pay attention to growing your own food, #permaculture, #savesoil, #regenerativeagriculture & related initiatives

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civileats.com/2022/09/01/how…
I have found these books (amongst many others) to be particularly helpful on #gardening-

chelseagreen.com/product/the-re…

newsociety.com/books/g/garden…

anything by Martin Crawford permaculturenews.org/2011/06/08/mar…

➡️Please share some of your favorite resources too!⬅️

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#food #ClimateChange
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Divonne-les-Bains : Karin Schneider, l'insolente qui fait du vin ...
Elle réfléchit déjà au vin qu'elle veut faire l'année prochaine, certainement avec du raisin en culture biologique ou en biodynamique. latribunerepublicaine.fr/43801/article/… #biodynamie
Le Hofgut Rengoldshausen célèbre 800 ans de ferme et 90 ans d'agriculture biodynamique. Depuis la fondation au XIIIe siècle, une ferme progressiste s'est développée et les femmes sont toujours influentes. #Biodynamique
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Château d’Estoublon: le jardin provençal du couple Bruni-Sarkozy Depuis longtemps conduite en agriculture biologique, les vignes se voient appliquer les principes de la biodynamie depuis quelques années. terredevins.com/actualites/cha… Image
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Just as the #Ukraine crisis has been a wake-up call for societies that rely heavily on Russian energy exports and #FossilFuels generally, it also highlights another environmentally and geopolitically disastrous addiction: artificial fertilizers. A 🧵... 1/18
As @michaeltanchum notes, Russia is the world’s largest fertilizer exporter, meaning that "fertilizer represents one of the greatest vulnerabilities for both Europe and Africa."
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Modern agriculture is hooked on fertilizers. And not without reason: artificial fertilizers helped send crop yields exploding as the world's human population quadrupled over the past 100 years.
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Scenic beauty on the way to Everglade Farm @EvergladeFarm yesterday. At msl 1105 mtrs. ImageImage
At Farm Everglade @EvergladeFarm Luxurious growth of #Covercrop Horse Gram in between 2 years old #Mango trees cultivated under UHDP method. @realJohnKempf @AdvancingEcoAg @CoverCropCoach This is the 4th cover crop variety in a span of 2 years.#Regenerativeagriculture #soilhealth Image
Thick mat of covercrop. #covercrop @EvergladeFarm It has fully arrested the farm's major problems of soil erosion, run off, breaching of almost all the bunds during heavy rains etc. Cover Crops for countless benefits.
#organiccarbon #livingsoil Image
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Historic decisions for the #agri sector with the ordinances announced by the Union Govt, creating a progressive path forward for India's farmers, intermediaries & agri-entrepreneurs. My take on the impact in simple terms, from a farmer/ agri-entrepreneur lens...

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Previously, farmers with marketable surplus could only sell to Licensed buyers such as State & private mandis, APMC licenced cold storages/ warehouses/ Companies. But these buyers could sell to anyone! A very skewed market, right!? Farmer lost earning, Trader gained margins!
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Further, with the Essential Commodities Act (ECA) Govt had the right to impose price or stock control on commodities or ban exports at any time. This created intense volatility & trust deficit. No entrepreneur small or large wanted to venture into this unpredictable quagmire.
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THREAD: Tomorrow's #RebuildingTogether Budget will be a defining moment for New Zealand, and for Jacinda Ardern's Govt because it will have impacts for generations to come.

#nzpol #budget2020 #GreenCovidResponse #BuildBackBetter #ClimateChange
greenpeace.org/new-zealand/ca…
We're looking for Govt to prioritise future-ready projects over 'shovel-ready' in the Covid recovery Budget. With unprecedented sums on the table, we have a once-in-a-lifetime chance to get a jump on the other existential crises we face.
Jobs are a priority, but they need to be created in the right industries. We need more people working in growth areas like renewable energy, sustainable transport and #regenerativeagriculture, which have a clear future in a post-#Covid19 world.
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No no no no no. This article on dirty manure biogas doesn't give the reader an accurate sense of the DANGERS here, and contributes to the false narrative that this is safe. It's not. @nprDanCharles I hope this changes your mind. 1/ n.pr/37nd7U1
First, Blakely Hildebrand and Devon Hall are powerful advocates against this problem. I'm sure they spoke volumes about it, but very little made it into the article. I want to clear the (manure biogas discharge laden) air. /2
To start off, @foodandwater has done a lot of great education work around this issue. I'd suggest a primer by reading this foodandwaterwatch.org/insight/biogas… /3
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Kudos to Buttigieg for bringing up the key role #RegenerativeAgriculture must play in any plan to mitigate the #ClimateCrisis during the #DemDebate. Bonus for recognizing the need to shift the climate issue towards inclusion of farmers & rural areas instead of pushing them away Image
One of the best ways to turn farming communities against any #ClimateEmergency plan is by harping on meat consumption. I remember when Iowans started burning Beatles records because Paul McCartney said he was a vegetarian.
Meat only has an excessively high carbon footprint if you erroneously include methane farts which are part of the ~natural~ carbon cycle. Focus on re-integrating livestock with #RegenerativeAgriculture practices to rebuild SOC & all food production goes carbon negative
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