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How the World’s Most Fertile Soil Can Help Reverse Climate Change

How the World’s Most Fertile Soil Can Help Reverse Climate Change | Zero Waste Europe | Scoop.it
Feeding more than 7 billion people with minimal environmental and climate impacts is no small feat. That parts of the world are plagued by obesity while starvation is rampant elsewhere shows part of the problem revolves around distribution and social equity. But agricultural methods pose some o
Matthew Franklin's insight:

If you want to find out more about similar ideas for tackling climate change make sure to look in the 'Marin Carbon Project'.

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How Africans Are Saving Their Own Soil

How Africans Are Saving Their Own Soil | Zero Waste Europe | Scoop.it
An archaeologist stumbles on a hidden farming practice that's been passed down through generations. Here's how it works.
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Organic'Vallée's curator insight, June 17, 2016 3:40 AM

Quand un archéologue s'intéresse à des techniques ancestrales d'amélioration du sol, et remarque des similarités avec la Terra Preta Amazonienne : des sols d'origine pré-colombienne créés par l'homme il y a des milliers d'années.