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Climate Change Can Be Reversed By Organic, Sustainable Farming

December 14, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
Organic sustainable farming is a major way to reverse climate change, participants in the COP21 global climate summit agreed recently. Twenty-five countries and more than 50 international organizations, private foundations, international funds, and consumer and farmer groups committed to France’s “4 per 1000” initiative to promote healthy soils and “regenerative agriculture” to ensure food and climate security in coastal areas, island nations and poorer developing countries that are likely to be hit the hardest by global warming. “This is a game changer because soil carbon is now central to how the world manages climate change,” said the head of the world’s leading organic farmers and producers association.
Steven Hoffman, "Message from historic Paris climate summit: Organic food and farming can save the planet", NewHope360.com, December 14, 2015, © Penton
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