Posts tagged climate change
The beef with regenerative grazing

Advocates often tote grass-finished beef as environmentally sustainable in comparison to the grain-finished feedlot alternative. But is that true? A recent report by Impossible Foods challenges that claim.

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Using my backyard to fight global warming

A Climate Victory Garden is grounded in the carbon-sucking principles of regenerative agriculture, which uses practices that mimic nature. Regenerative farmers basically allow plants to work their magic, and keep more carbon in the ground, by practicing minimal tilling, planting a mix of crops, keeping roots in the ground year round, and shoveling on lots of organic material. So what does this mean for the backyard gardener? It boils down to this: make soil-building the priority before you plant your garden, and afterwards. So, want to do something, anything, for the planet? Here are a few tips for starting your own Climate Victory Garden.

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Who’s right when it comes to hamburgers and climate change?

The hamburger has become central to national discussions about climate change, raising the question: how much does animal agriculture really contribute to greenhouse gas emissions? Photo source

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